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1979 Chris Craft 22' Inboard Tournament Fisherman, Complete Restoration
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That's one beautiful rig! Good luck with the sale.
+1 Sorry, not in the market but that is a beautiful boat
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bumping this to give some more history---I have one of these 3 Chris Tournament fish boats that these 3 guys that know each other decided to do a total rebuild on--INSIDE-OUTSIDE--UNDER AND EVERY WHERE ELSE---one of the 3 was even diesel powered--anyways--all were professionally rehabed-repowered-rewired-restructured-repainted--BETTER THAN NEW!!--you will not find a better boat than a CHRIS CENTER CONSOLE INBOARD-LAPSTRAKE HULL--you have the looks--you have the name--and everything is BRAND NEW--since purchasing mine from one of the trio I've added another $8k in additional aftermarket items--if someone can help me post the pics I'll show you my blue awlgrip hull beauty---how can you go wrong buying this 22' center console masterpiece that is defintely going to appreciate in value----WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO BUY FOR THAT PRICE TODAY??
Bumping this to the top because I'd like to know if some lucky SOB bought this boat and if so what did he/she steal it for??---I've tried contacting the seller several times but have not heard back---was hoping to make a offer on it-- HE COULDN'T REFUSE!!!--anyways--here is just a beautiful restored boat that you can never get tired of looking at--
Can poster put up a picture looking aft from console, wanting to see a picture of cockpit space behind those chairs.
Almost looks to be a seat along the transom.. maybe that's what is holding the "above deck" gas tank...