I'm looking for a 1976-1979 30" CC Sportsman.

I'm willing to travel to look a the boat.

Please reply to post and provide me your phone number

Thanks in advance for your help




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Hi Andy,
Thanks for the lead.
I looked into this boat 6-9 months ago when it first came up.
I spoke with the owner and then the marina yard manger.
This boat is a basket case , the bulkheads are rotted , the gas tank leaks and needs to be replaced , and the salt has trashed everything else on it.

They have no infprmation regarding the hours on the motors
Depending on which web site you see this boat listed on , the price varies +/- $5000
I consider this a gray boat , which in wood boat terms means it's pattern boat that needs to totally  redone.
I went through that process with my 1970 30'  Fino runabout

There was one listed on the Port Huron Mi Craigs list a couple months back, might keep an eye out if it pops back up as spring nears. I do believe they where asking too much for it, but I haven't personally seen the boat.

Not a sportsman, but check this out.

www.boattrader.com___MUO863wilSysuFhIHQIKuwtjL7BdFQSj6QzUiKzumYWRdN..." target="_blank">http://boats.oodle.com/r_srxx_/3767695461-154p451,11/www.boattrader.com___MUO863wilSysuFhIHQIKuwtjL7BdFQSj6QzUiKzumYWRdN...,,


Thanks for the e-mail

I'm aware of that boat as well and yes they are about double of what it should be,seeing it is rough

I have all of the owners info on hand and have calls to make regarding the service what the marina has done it.

The boat was bought in Fort Lauderdale and shipped back to Port Huron

Mike H said:

There was one listed on the Port Huron Mi Craigs list a couple months back, might keep an eye out if it pops back up as spring nears. I do believe they where asking too much for it, but I haven't personally seen the boat.

Hi Andy,


Thanks again for the e-mail.


This boat is in my area and have seen it.,and it has ben up for sale close to a year.


There is a similiar boat like this in the St Paul MN area as awell


It's a very nice boat,but I still want a hunt hulled sportman
Andy Sausser said:


I'm looking for one as well.

The is one on Harsons Island.....for $100000 !



Hi Curt,

Can you please send me a picture of the boat?




I think this was the one. It was for sale last year

Hi Andy,

The former owner has his business in Mt Clemens on South River Road.

The boat was listed for close to one year and was totaly redone with big blocks.stainless exhaust. and the entire interior was done over in white,no teak to speak of.New dash board/ new gages.morse controls new,interior ,new cabinets,new electronics

Very sterile and cold if you like that new look.

I guess I'm too much old style with a classic boat like this with the sand color hull with all of the teak is very warm to me.


It is my understanding that it sold in the $75,000 range



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