PRICE REDUCTION - 1969 31' Sports Express: "HOMEWRECKER"

We are selling our much loved 31 to move up to a 35.

We are reducing the price to $17,000.00 or best offer.

Don't want to be a two boat owner and will consider any reasonable offer.

She is an extremely original craft. 

There are pictures on my member page that represent her quite properly. There is also a video in the archives that was taken at the Saint Clair Rendezvous a few years back. The links are below.

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31 Sport Express Tour  Video tour

327Qs were rebuilt and have around 300 hours.

Hull #: FSA313079T

Located in Harrison Township, Mi, she has been a Lake Saint Clair boat all of her 49 years.

Call or text 586-212-1454

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Just curious..what distributor caps are you using on those Q's????

I converted to Pertronix electronic. Standard uprights.

Couldn't take the "crab cap hassle" any more.

I got them from Mike Murley in New Baltimore. The caps were included.

Very nice looking and love the video. You can tell you love your boat. Did you ever finish the interior? I know you said that was next, after the head. Seems you wanted to do the lower station.

Also, as it's stored outside in the winters, how is the paint, etc? I know it's covered, but just wondering. How are the tanks? Bilge looks amazing.

Inverter or anything for power at anchor? Did any of these have HVAC and heat?

What does it need?

The boat is in the same condition as represented in the pics. Did not take the interior any further. Was going to start on that this winter but found a nice 35 so I'll leave that up to the next owner. I've just maintained it's originality.

Yes, it is stored outside, shrink wrapped to the water line. Not sure what paint you're referring to as this is an all gel coat boat.

The fuel tanks are fine, fresh water tank is starting to show its age. 

No winlass or HVAC.

Is the boat listed with a broker ? have you got more pics? Please send what you have to thejoeoliveri@gmail.com  thanks Joe

is this an express boat or a bridge boat ? why do you call it express? it looks like a bridge is on it ? Joe

No, not with a broker. I'd rather negotiate a price than pay a commission.

Click on "photos" under the 3rd line of the original post. They're all there.

All 31 Sports Express had a bridge. Check out the "models" tab on the site.

Are you a broker?

i M WITH YOU !!!!! PLEASE SEND ME THE LINKS OF WHAT YOU ARE SPEAKING OF. i AM OLD AND COMPUTER LAME. 

http://commanderclub.com/page/31-sports-express
Joe, bet I'm as old or older,

Tim
JoeOliveri said:

i M WITH YOU !!!!! PLEASE SEND ME THE LINKS OF WHAT YOU ARE SPEAKING OF. i AM OLD AND COMPUTER LAME. 

Ok Joe, just go back to the top of this page where I started my ad and click on the word "Photos". 

The word "Photos" is blue.

It's under my 3rd sentence.

You can also click on my name and it will take you to my page where the photos are.

Sorry, gelcoat. How's it look overall 1 to 5, 5 being best. Also same for all metal, windows, stanchions etc. Thanks!

Tom Stawarz said:

The boat is in the same condition as represented in the pics. Did not take the interior any further. Was going to start on that this winter but found a nice 35 so I'll leave that up to the next owner. I've just maintained it's originality.

Yes, it is stored outside, shrink wrapped to the water line. Not sure what paint you're referring to as this is an all gel coat boat.

The fuel tanks are fine, fresh water tank is starting to show its age. 

No winlass or HVAC.

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