1961 36' Chris Craft Constellation for sale

by Larry
(Beaufort, NC, USA)

I have a 1961 36' ChrisCrat Constelation that needs a good home.

We have a 1968 57' Connie that we are rebuilding and could use some funds from the 36'.

This is a mahogany carvel planked boat.

Located in Beaufort, NC, USA.

Twin small block chevy engines, but not sure of the size. maybe 350s?

One was supposed to be running when it was brought here, the other is unknown.

asking $3500, but will consider offers.

I can be reached at 970-361-4643 or larryrjohnson_22 at msn.com


Thanks for looking
Larry






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Mar 08, 2014
Last Chance
by: Larry

I was told today that the 1961 31 foot Connie will be dismantled in the next week if there are no takers.

If at all interested, contact me here.

Five hundred is all they want, and they will load it on your trailer.





Nov 01, 2013
pictures
by: scooter

Do you have more pictures?

pallet4 @ gmail.com (no spaces)





Oct 12, 2013
Must go
by: Larry

This has been my mistake.

I am now told she is a 1962 31foot.

The marina management wants her gone SOON or she will be scrapped.

Price now is $800 obo.

Someone save her.

If I didn't have my hands full with Descanse I would buy her myself.

I just hate to see an old girl like this destroyed.

Overall the wood is in good shape.

In Beaufort, NC.

Don't let this old beauty go into the burn pile.




Aug 23, 2013
Correction and price redudtion
by: Larry

I listed this as a 36', but have been informed that it is really a 31'.

Also lowering the price to $2500 US.

It has to go soon or the property owner may destroy her.




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