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Fall 2010 (Issue No. 49)

1967 CHRIS CRAFT CONSTELLATION 36' -- EMPRESS

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1967 CHRIS CRAFT CONSTELLATION 36'. 12' beam. Wood hull, mahogany plank over marine plywood shell. Twin inboard Crusader 350s, 210hp each. Accessories include Onan 4kw generator, Furuno radar, windlass, air conditioner, battery charger, depth finder, new refrigerator, electric hot water heater, VHF radio, bimini top, trim tabs, swim platform.

Owner says, "I had purchased the EMPRESS in September 2008; it was located in Essex Ct. The EMPRESS was surveyed and was found to be structurally & mechanically sound. I drove the boat from Essex CT to the Housatonic River in Stratford CT where I had lived on board for the 1st year as I was restoring her. I had the boat shrink wrapped during restoration.

"Restoration consisted of: In the head, a new toilet. I also restored the walls with tongue and groove cedar. A new holding tank and plumbing. The hot water holding tank supplied plenty of hot water to the shower head. New pump in basin of shower. New high pressure fresh water pump. New high water alarm and new refrigerator. Installed new Glass windows and screens in salon and in galley. All floors throughout boat have been sanded sealed and painted. Stern cockpit floor and frame replaced and fiber glassed including deck and hatches. New stainless steel holding straps for fuel tanks & 50 gallon water tank. All hardware was removed from deck, cabin and fly bridge. The boat was hauled in March 2009. At that time, I fiberglassed the complete deck, cabin and fly bridge floor to seal the boat completely. All hardware has been re-installed, deck, cabin and fly bridge has been primed & painted with easy poxy paint. The EMPRESS was hauled in May 2010. The sides, boot line and transom were all sanded and primed, then painted with easy poxy paint. Also new zincs were replaced yearly and bottom paint applied. Engines and generator were tuned and winterized every year."

Asking $10,000. Contact Gene at g-coon@hotmail.com or 203-823-6505 (CT)

 

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