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26 Feet 1956 Chris-Craft Continental

"Twin Spin" is hull #3 out of the 48 26-foot Continentals made by Chris-Craft in 1956 and only 82 of these big utilities ever made by Chris-Craft between 1956 and 1959. "Twin Spin" was originally called "Allegro" by its initial purchaser, Dr. Clayton Stubbs; who was one of the wealthiest residents in Mount Clemens, Michigan, and could afford to purchase one of the first three Chris-Craft Continentals made with many special order items from the factory. The price he paid in 1955 was around $9,000, which equates to the price of an average house, or four new Chevrolet Bel Airs at that time. The boat is mostly original as per the original hull card. Some of the special order items from the factory which make this boat a standout are its full length instrument panel from port to starboard, with glove compartment and door, throttles together on port side of the steering wheel, hatch in the forward deck, amongst a number of other special order items as per the original equipment record from Chris-Craft. They are all are still on the boat today. "Twin Spin" was completely restored in Holland, Michigan around 2006, where the bottom was encased with a West Bottom system along with all the other bright work, engines, etc., being brought up to show standard. The work was commissioned and finished by Grand Craft in Holland, Michigan, one of the leading boat builders of mahogany boats in the USA with a reputation second to none. Since that time the boat has done less than 200 hours and has been kept and cared for as part of my collection. Making this boat even rarer and more sought after are its powerful twin MCL 175hp engines, which make cruising at 30 knots a breeze and achieving 40+ knots with ease as the engines purr in synchronization. The twin engines make docking and maneuvering easy in tight spots - along with making the skipper look like a true professional! "Twin Spin" makes Riva owners envious and is now looking for a new home and custodian to take it into the future.

20 Feet 1974 Slickcraft

First 2 owners used the boat for fishing & Scuba Diving Lake Michigan, In 1996 2nd owner Overhauled entire Boat, The Motor, Upgraded Newer Lower Unit , Complete Paint to Boat & Dual Axle Trailer , A injury forced 2nd owner to sell the Boat which I’m the 3rd owner in 2020, my intentions were exclusively for Scuba Diving Lake Michigan, I knew nothing about boating and depended on my Boating/Diving buddies to Drive and teach me the Ropes, Covid hit some Moved away, others Were now into Motorcycles, and others gave up cold water Diving, so here i’am with a Very Nice Boat and no one to dive with , so here i’am needing to put in a new driveway so I need to sell the boat.. It’s a 8 Cylinder 302 Mercruiser 2 Barrel 188HP Inboard Motor, Regular Routine Yearly Maintenance, Stored Winters Indoors, Very Clean. Trailer Surge Brakes work as they should, Has Newer Tires, Tows Smoothly, All Trailer lights work like they should, All Boat Lights Work like they should… Comes with— Garmin Echo Maps 53 DV Chart Plotter, Ship to Shore Radio, CB, 7 Like New Life Vests, New Extra 15 Pitch Prop, Flare Gun Kit, New Extra set of Spark Plug Wires & Coil, 2 Fluke Anchors, Boat Cover, 7 Fender Bumpers, Large Buoy, Newer Tires on Trailer, Kenwood Stereo System, Fire Extinguishers, Plug in Spot Light, Portable Toilet in Berth, 60 Gallons of Gas, Extra Portable Ladder, Sun Umbrella, I have the convertible top but never mounted it…

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