Wanted---Boat Needing Restoration In South Carolina.

(Myrtle Beach,S.C.)

I am looking for old wood project boat to restore in south carolina area.

Needs to be 17-25 feet long and narrow enough that it can be kept on trailer.

Something like a chris craft sea skiff or lyman with full inboard would be great,but will consider anything.

Rotten wood is OK,I can fix that.
Does not need to have engine.I can get that.

Needs to have clear title.

Please email me at rustnrats@gmail.com if you have an old wooden project boat for sale.

Thank You

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Dec 08, 2014
Wanted-Boat needing restoration
by: Anonymous

If you are still looking for a boat, I have a 18' Chris Craft Sea Skiff needing completion.

Included is a 283 Chevrolet engine completely rebuilt with a Paragon hydraulic transmission.

Trailer is included.

Contact me if interested.

I have all the material to complete project.

Sep 05, 2014
chris skiff for restoration
by: Anonymous

I have a 22' chris craft sea skiff needing new decks and refinishing , with or without motor. sound hull. $ 2000 352-385-0021

Jul 27, 2014
wood boat project
by: winston

email me @riding4cp@gmail.com about a 26 ft in Augusta Ga

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