Recently acquired 30' 1975 Tournament Fisherman that came out of Spring Lake, MI. Former " RED BOAT ??". She now is docked in Boca Raton, FL. Have started mechanical restoration. Not sure how far I will take this restoration. I have owned quite a few Chris Crafts over the years on the Great Lakes. Does anyone know of this particular Boat ??? Thanks , Buddy Hulbert

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Got any pictures? I just purchased one in North Palm Beach and had her shipped to Lake Norman in N.C.

I know about this particular boat.  I just sold mine last week.  I have a lot of documentation and notes.  feel free to ask questions or post pics.    they are fantastic hulls that came underpowered by CC, most owners (as documented by many here on this forum)  have repowered with diesels, 454s or 383 strokers.

  

Hey Buddy.  I have one that I've been working on for a year.  nearing the finish (of phase 1 I'm afraid) and am happy to share what I've done and how it's gone.  It's my first CC.  Reach out any time.  

Hey Russell, just replied to another post about the swim deck.  Really beautiful job.

Did you really sell the boat?  I'm super interested in the interior.  I didn't know you had a boat w the 2nd helms station in the cabin.  I think those are pretty rare.  

Was there ever a table that made an extra berth?  I'm re-installiing my interior and am looking for feedback about whether that was an option.

Is the heat/cool unit under the bench behind the helm?  

Whiskey is a beautiful boat.  

I did sell it... I knew I would eventually and the boat market is hot right now so I put an ad up wondering if there was interest and it was gone the next day... there were so many people wanting to see it.  

Yes couch bed is a unique set up.  Wish I could send you pics, in the photo above you can see a hook next to the light.  The back of the couch is lifted up it connects to hooks in the ceiling making a bunk.  then there is storage behind that backrest where another cushion is stored.  Then the lower seat cushion flips out and it makes a big bed for 2 more.  there was a version with a table that folded too.  I've seen photos. 

I made these walk around videos to share with the new owners so they didn't have to absorbe all the details of the 2 hours  we spent on the day they took possession. 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sg9c9jotyn9vl5u/AAB0Tnl-i8boxdishJ4885o6... 

 

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