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19 Feet 1973 Chris Craft Lancer

I’ve been slowly restoring this classic Chris Craft boat but just don’t have the time needed to do it the right way. The boat runs and will be water ready once the outdrive is repaired (see below). Here's what I’ve done so far: Rebuilt the top end of the engine. 307 small block Chevy. Heads rebuilt by Hazel Automotive. New DUI marine distributor New marine starter Carburetor was rebuild (still could use some adjusting) New shifter solenoids New electric shift cable New freeze plugs ( the block was flushed with acid.) Manifolds were flushed with acid. All new hoses. New custom dash All new gauges. (Never finished hooking up the speedometer gauge) New fuse panel A lot of new wiring New 29 gallon gas tank. New mooring cover. New jump seats Painted the outdrive. OMC electric shift Added second battery with switch On the trailer: New tongue with Hydraulic Brake Actuator New brake line kit. (Not completed but I have all the parts) New wheels New hubs/drums Here is what it needs: The outdrive needs a new upper gear housing. I ran into a sandbar (at idle speed) while approaching a beach. It cracked along a spot that had previously been repaired (not by me). But upon inspection the weld looked to be done poorly. It will also need the tilt quadrant gear. As I lost it on the back after that happened. The ball gears will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. The floor will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. Windshield needs to be tightened down. The pass through window needs to be replaced. It just looks bad. I have a new piece of Acrylic for it. Could use a new steering cable. TLC Like I said I love this boat but I just don’t have the time to give her what she deserves. Let me know if you have questions. Thanks David

19 Feet 1969 Century Arabian

The modern era for Century began in 1965 as the pendulum swung from mahogany speedboats to the introduction of fiberglass. The 1965 model year was the last for Century's catalogue of all-wood models, and the new Fibersport in 1966 marked the company's transition to fiberglass. Following this successful introduction, Century chose to produce 3 of its traditional wooden models in Fiberglass for 1967, on a limited production bases. The 19' Arabian was produced in Fiberglass, sharing an identical profile and configuration, between 1967-1969. While extremely popular and sought after, Century only produced 84 mahogany Arabians between 1966-1968, and it is believed that fiberglass Arabian production was less than half of this number between 1967-1969. This 1969 Century Arabian has been very nicely restored with correct A&A platinum deck vinyl, professionally installed A&A factory-replacement interior/sun pad, repaired stringers, factory correct hull paint, and fitted with a custom trailer. This early fiberglass model represents a transition period for Century when new models closely resembled their mahogany predecessors in both function and appearance. They were a calculated blend between modern materials and traditional design aesthetic. The boat is powered by a 440cid 330hp Chrysler Big Block "Wedge" engine, which was the largest available option in 1969. Silver Award Winner at the 2019 September ACBS International Boat Show.

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