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28 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Convertible Sedan

28 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Convertible Sedan

$189,000 (USD)

Boat ID: 41648

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Boat Summary
$189,000 (USD)
Boat ID: 41648

A Cadillac Phaeton motorcar for the water! This award-winning, 1930 28-foot Chris-Craft is the only Convertible Sedan built by Chris-Craft, as confirmed by the Chris-Craft archives at the Mariner’s Museum. Beyond being a triple cockpit mahogany beauty, her distinctive feature is the convertible hard top, purposely borrowed from the coupes and high-end motorcars of the era. The top was custom-made for the boat and is covered in period-correct Haartz cloth. Fully restored throughout, "Uncas" is powered by its original Chris-Craft Model A-120 V-8 engine, which offers 250 HP to push her along almost effortlessly. She comes atop a custom-fitted, tandem-axle road trailer. A truly one-of-a-kind piece of freshwater nautical history.

Location:
Clayton Showroom, NY
Views:
1,319
Boat Details
Year:
1930
Manufacturer:
Chris Craft
Model:
Model 118 Triple Cockpit Convertible Sedan
Length:
28
Beam:
Engine Details
Year:
1930
Make:
Chris Craft Model A-120 900 ci 250HP
Cylinders:
V-8
Hours:
Max Speed:
Fuel Type:
Trailer Details
Year:
Manufacturer:
Custom
Axles:
Twin
Capacity:
Sufficient
Brakes:
Comments:
Custom-fitted steel.
Other Information
Boat Cover:
No
Stereo:
No
Tonneau:
No
Spotlight:
No
Side Curtain:
No
Convertible Top:
No
Fume Detector:
No
Fire Extinguisher:
No
Comments:
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