1960 Chriscraft Constellation

by Bryant
(Long Beach)

Beautiful just like new.

Beautiful just like new.

Beautiful just like new.

This is a 1960 32 FT Chris Craft Constellation with flight bridge.

Two new 6 cylinder engine both have less then 75 hours each.

Everything in it is new under the deck:
Septic, Water, Gas tanks, wiring, and added many other expensive extras.

It is truly a beautiful boat it sleeps 6 with one bedroom, dinette table turns into twin size bed plus the sofa turns into bunk beds.

I changed it to a new gas generator, GPS, Depth finder, Music system inside and outside of boat.

It has been wonderful building this boat back to life.

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by: Chipper

I guess not...to bad.
If you have the time and you change your mind...it's jamsrussell@yahoo.ca.
Take care.

To apoxy or not to apoxy
by: Chipper

Let me start by saying I hope my 32' Commander turns out as well as your lovely craft.

I have never done this before so I am taking the winter to research how I am going to do it.

I have been reading a lot about epoxy coatings, their advantages and disadvantages.

By any chance do you have an opinion and did you capture your process in pictures or videos?



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