1952 23' Hacker Overnighter

by William L Tordoff
(Frisco, CO, USA)

1952 Hacker Craft

1952 Hacker Craft

1952 23' Hacker Overnighter-Freash restoration, award winner, on new dual wheel custom trailer

Last known to exist. Number 24 of 25 produced.

Sleeps 2+ in cuddy cabin.

Engine, 135 hp Grey fireball six. 15 hrs since rebuild.

Comes water ready, fully equiped.

Have original engine and misc. parts

All new African mahogany, oak frames, 14 coats varnish.

Award winner Keels & Wheels, Houston, May, 2012. Best in Class

Award winner Heartland Chapter ACBS- July Best in Show.

5200 bottom.

All newly restored gauges, chrome.

Offered at $63,500 or best offer.

Located Colorado, USA.

Delivery negotiable

Call Bill Tordof 970 409 9224
email: amsiiinc@cs.com

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