1963 Century Resorter

by Brandon
(Arkansas)

1963 Century Resorter (ALL Wooden-V Drive) w/401 Buick 280hp Gray Marine engine.

I received this boat last week on another deal I made.

I do not know much about these types of boat.

I can tell the upholstery was redone not along ago and in great shape.

All wood appears solid and no issues structurally.

The starter is out (just spins and will not engage the flywheel)

I am able to turn the motor over by hand.

The boat appears to have been used in the last 3-5 years, as the oil, filter and gas all appear good. (I did remove plugs and spray fogging oil in the cylinders prior to turning over by hand)

I am looking to sell as a whole rather than part it out.

All appears in great shape and restoration efforts would appear minimal.

I know there are fanatics out there that would do the right thing with this boat!

Asking $4,000….

Price reduced to $2,500

Call or Text 870-715-5857 anytime for more details.

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Jan 25, 2015
Title
by: Brandon

Just have bill of sale form estate sale.... Arkansas doesn't have titles on boats just trailers





Jan 24, 2015
Papers for the boat and trailer
by: Doug

Hello
Do you have tital papers for boat and trailer?
Doug





Jan 23, 2015
From Doug up in Calgary
by: Anonymous

If a person bought your boat could we arrange storage for a few months until a person can get down to pick it up?

Thanks for the call the other day
Doug





Jan 22, 2015
19' is correct length
by: William ross

19' century Resorter 1963

Jan 18, 2015
If still for sale
by: Doug Morgan

Hello
If she is still for sale, please let me know as i'm looking for a new project.

Thanks
587 216 2418
Doug





Jan 12, 2015
Wow
by: William Ross

I can't believe it.

I have the same boat my Dad bought new.

This is the only one I have ever seen like mine.





Dec 31, 2014
Price Reduced!
by: Brandon

Price reduced to $2,500





Dec 28, 2014
Reply-Jim
by: Reply

18' and yes trailer is road worthy. Call or text me 870-715-5857 if you'd like.





Dec 27, 2014
length
by: Jim

What size is the boat and is the trailer road worthy?





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