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24 Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Sportsman

24 Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Sportsman

$32,900 (USD)

Boat ID: 42016

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Boat Summary
$32,900 (USD)
Boat ID: 42016

Chris-Craft's answer to the Great Depression's drag on pleasure boating was the 24-foot Sportsman model, a practical, all-purpose, inexpensive utility boat that would appeal to all types of boaters at a price below the fancy runabouts of the day. Formerly owned by a fishing guide, this 1939 model features a a powerful Mercruiser 240 HP engine, bottom paint and varnish in top condition, and a wood-framed windshield and folding top for protection over the two sets of seats up front. Plus, side curtains and a full backdrop will create a comfortable, enclosed cabin for cruising in inclement weather. She's been used every season for decades in the Thousand Islands of New York State and is now ready for new adventures.

Location:
Clayton Showroom, NY
Views:
1,305
Boat Details
Year:
1939
Manufacturer:
Chris-Craft
Model:
Sportsman
Length:
24
Beam:
Engine Details
Year:
Make:
Mercruiser 5.2 Litre 240 HP
Cylinders:
8
Hours:
Max Speed:
Fuel Type:
Trailer Details
Year:
No
Manufacturer:
Axles:
Capacity:
Brakes:
Comments:
No trailer, but transport to any point in North America can be arranged.
Other Information
Boat Cover:
Yes
Stereo:
Yes
Tonneau:
No
Spotlight:
Yes
Side Curtain:
Yes
Convertible Top:
Yes
Fume Detector:
No
Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Comments:
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