How do I find the vlaue of a 1967 14ft motor cruiser?

by Rosemarie
(Ballston Lake, NY )

I have a 1967 14 ft outboard motor cruiser that was my parents - the original owners.

I intend to sell.

It has always been stored inside and drawn to the lakes in upstate New York and New Jersey that we boated.

It has not been in the water in about 30 years.

I have an emotional attachment and have thought of keeping it - but cost and time is an issue - having two small children involved in many activities.

I would want to see it go to a lover of wooden boats..

I have included some pictures.

Thank you

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Nov 28, 2012
1967 cruiser
by: boat-miller @comcast .net

Love wooden boats.

If decide to sell please contact. e mail thanks

Jul 02, 2012
by: Anonymous

The expense of yes storage and some probable restoration.

It has been inside always and we do not think there are any rotten spots

I will check out the "Yacht" site mentioned - Thanks Rosemarie

Jul 02, 2012
What Expenses?
by: Dean Bachelor Mich.

I think you should keep it, what cost is involved? storage?

It won't be long before you will be able to take the kids boating in Grampas boat!!

Are there rotten spots or has it been indoors forever?

Go on Yacht World and you can probably find some close prices.

Good Luck, let us know what happens,


Jul 02, 2012
1967 14
by: Anonymous

Nice boat.

Wish you weren't so far away from Missouri!

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