Hull # FSA 27 0007 V. Twin 350 V8's are locked up.

This was a project that got started 15 years ago. Too many projects, not enough time. Would love to see her go to a good home instead of the boat graveyard. May be willing to part it out. Have balanced props and shafts & "new" poly fuel tanks.

No reasonable offers refused. 

tom_mckelvey@yahoo.com

Long Island, NY.

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Talk to the Boy Scouts Of America about getting them involved to take it over as a project they can fix up and restore (thus teaching new skills to the next generation.)  I have heard of this being done.  Just a thought.

NOTE:  You can share with them where to get needed supplies and parts (For Chris Craft parts contacts Earl Stilson @ Marine Sales and Repair Harrison Township, MI 586-468-0937) has all hard to find Chris Craft parts and for supplies go to www.pbsboatstore.com

That would be a win-win in my book, not looking to make money off it just looking for someone who has the desire to bring her back to life. I will check it out, Thanks!

Hi Tom , I am currently restoring a 27 1969 Sport Express Hardtop...If I give you a detailed parts list would you consider parting it out.....I'm missing the Chris Craft emblems and trim pieces and a section of rub rail....Thank you for your consideration...Mike Molleur
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Hello Michael, not ready to part it out just yet, have someone coming to look at it this weekend. Will let you know.

Michael Molleur said:

Hi Tom , I am currently restoring a 27 1969 Sport Express Hardtop...If I give you a detailed parts list would you consider parting it out.....I'm missing the Chris Craft emblems and trim pieces and a section of rub rail....Thank you for your consideration...Mike Molleur

Hi Michael:  I'm restoring a 1966 and would love to  have the fly bridge. I'm in PA 410-979-2628.

Thanks and all the  best.

Capt., Jim Shotwell

So the last time she was in the water was 15 years ago, or was that when you bought her.

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