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Old 03-11-2013, 09:54 PM
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Old 03-12-2013, 04:48 AM
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Man you are giving that away. Make sure you post a link to the rebuild project so others can appreciate. Your work inspired me to restore 2 seacrafts of my own.

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Awesome job on the Seacraft....also interesting bed on the truck..I've not seen anything like it.. GLWTS
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Nice looking restoration. Any ballpark performance #'s? Also, any ballpark on shipping cost per mile?
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Strick, I don't know how you can part with it after all that work. I know you got a few other beauties but man I have a hard time letting anything go. That's probably why there is 13 boats in my yard. Hope your sell goes well. Worth every penny of the asking price if not more. One of the best built 20's out there.
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:35 PM
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Any pics of the front console showing the gauges/steering wheel layout?

Cannot tell is the motor is carbed or efi---if efi do you know the hours on it or at least the year of the motor?

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I definatly picked up a couple things from you in all your restores. You do some nice work. Always followed you on classicseacraft. I trying to sell my '77 MA right now too.
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Sweet looking Sea Craft.
Old 03-12-2013, 05:23 PM
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That is a very nice rig.

I've learned a lot from you. Thank you for your philanthropy.
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Chuck say it aint so, whats on the agenda next? Maybe a 21 moesley?
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Man that is exactly what I want! Too bad it's not in the cards right now. Would be a very versatile South Florida boat. Good luck!
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Followed this rebuild thread on classic Sea craft. This guy gets more respect on that website than just about anybody. That's saying something. Gorgeous work, gorgeous boat.
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Can I get a link to the CSC build???
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http://www.classicseacraft.com/commu...ad.php?t=17024


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Strick - I can't believe you're selling her. Clearly one of the best restorations on CSC, ever.
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Are you sure you didnt forget a zero on that price???? That is a steal for 15k . Most guys would be asking 30k+
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Strick,
You set the bar for the rest of us mere mortals on SeaCraft restorations.
Good luck on the sale, someone will get a fine vessel.
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Old 03-14-2013, 02:32 AM
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Thanks fellas for all the nice words. I said I'd never sell this boat. It has been my favorite so far but I don't really need two 20's.... so out with the old and in with the new. The motor is carbed and I know the motor by itself is not worth much but it has been properly maintained and will run like a bat out of hell and get you out and back every time. I believe it's a 98 and I have a extra lower unit in great shape sitting in my shop that will go with the boat I will take some close ups of the boat interior this weekend (after I wash it) and post the photos. Looking for a local sale but I will work with anyone as long as they figure out all the logistics of shipping it as I have very little time during the day. Gotta go..

strick
I'm in the same boat.
Coral Reefer is just about out the door and the new boat is 1/2 way done.
With C/R gone I need to get humpin, don't want to be SeaCraftless for the summer!
My brother lives in Berkley, maybe he needs a boat, he hasn't had to much hassle in his life lately, we should change that! :-)

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