1947 Chris Craft Express Cruiser

by Philippe d'Aniere
(Los Angeles CA)

Full restoration in long beach California From Dec 2010 up to march 2011
all development on http://www.boatwork.us/







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1947 Chris Craft Express
by: California Cruise Classic

Hello.
I have one available for restoration.

She docked in Long Beach.





Great Job!
by: Anonymous

My grandfather owned one of these boats for years!

He kept it on the St. Clair River in Michigan where we spent our summers growing up!

I have so many,many happy memories on this boat.

What I wouldn't give to see one again.

I've seen a few on the internet but I've never come upon a fully restored one.

So glad you posted pictures!



New Content
by: mike

Hi Philippe,

The easiest way to add to your original post is for you to email everything to me at mike@diy-wood-boat.com and I can add it for you and resize photos etc, etc.

I'm looking forward to seeing everything.

Mike


request
by: Anonymous

I would like to add pictures / video / text on my own project ... what should i do ?

Philippe d'Aniere



Restoration Updates
by: Anonymous

She is gone a month to New Port Beach for motorisation.

A to Z restoration process available on www.phildanrestoration .info

See you soon
Philippe d'Aniere




Thanks
by: Anonymous

Thanks everyone , but the one on picture is finish one.

Mine is in process ( one more month )
www.phildanrestoration.info



Nice boat
by: Jim

Give serious thought to entering her in classic boat shows.

You might sail away with a blue ribbon!

Very nice looking C.Craft.



Absolutely Awesome
by: David Chaplin

That is one beautiful boat.

I saw one last week near Chicago, I think it is past saving.



Be-autiful!
by: Anonymous

This looks great and seaworthy.

The white finish is tops.




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