1956 Chris Craft 20' Sportsman-$18,500

by jared
(Butler, Pa, USA)

Asking $18,500 for this beautiful Chris Craft.

Not many 20 footers were made.

She was freshly refinished in spring 2010.

Motor was rebuilt and runs awesome.


The bottom is original and very sound.
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Rechromed Hardware and new Interior.

A trailer and custom sunbrella cover are included.

This sportsman has the classic runabout look with plenty of open area for the whole family.

I've had this boat for twenty years and hate to sell it.

It's all done and ready for the water.

It is TurnKey!

1956 was a great year and so is this boat.

See a 2010 video below or at
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdvU-ziGQEM

Contact Jared @ 724-841-7178 or starr108@zoominternet.net



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