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1964 Chris-craft supersport Used Classic Wooden Boat For Sale in Haddam Featured

Overview

Price
19500.00
Type Of Boat
Power
Make
Chris-craft
Model
supersport
Year
1964
LOA (feet)
21
Hull Only (ft)
21
Hull with Platform (ft)
Hull with Platform and Pulpit (ft)
Draft (ft)
2
Beam (ft)
7'6\"
Deck Material
Hull Material
Mahogany
Superstructure Material
mahogany

Location

City
Haddam
Province/State
Connecticut
Country
United States
Contact Number
(860)761-5042

Engine

Engine Make
chevy
Engine Model
Engine Year
1964
Horsepower
185
Cooling
Seawater Cooling (Raw Lake)
Fuel Type
Gas

General

Boat Survey
No
Survey Date
Swim Platform
No
Trailer
Yes
Trailer Make
Load Rite
Trailer Model
Tandem
Trailer Year
2014
Cradle
No
Winter Cover
No
Dinghy
No
Dinghy Make
Cabins (number)
Air Conditioning
No
Heater
No
Wet Bar (With Sink)
No
Dry Bar (No Sink)
No
Head
No
Manual Head
No
Electric Head
No
Fire Extinguisher
Yes
Color of Canvas
Bridge Enclosure
No
Bridge Cover
No
Bridge Enclosure
No
Convertible Top
No
Side Curtains
No
Drop Curtain
No
Bimini (after)
No
Camper Back
No
Tonneau Cover
No
Deck Enclosure
No
Windshield Cover
No
Sleeps (Number of People)
Holding Tanks (total number)
No
Water Tanks
No

Further Comments

Miss Annie

1964 Chris Craft SuperSport

 

Miss Annie was manufactured in Chris Craft’s Cadillac, MI plant on July 13, 1964, and shipped to North Carolina, where it spent the next 46 years of her life. On December 2, 2012 the boat was purchased by Mr. Robert Davidson and moved to the Connecticut River at Midway Marina, Haddam, CT. Once at the marina, Miss Annie started her restoration process under the supervision of Robert’s sons and the marina’s owners, Scott and Elliot Davidson, and their competent staff, with new bottom sheathing and an epoxy fiberglass coating applied below the waterline. In August 2013, Miss Annie was sold to Ken Soeder and Anne Esposito, also of Haddam. During the following year, restoration work continued, with the original Chevy 283 engine being refurbished, and an electronic ignition system installed. During this time, the hardware was restored by New England Chrome Plating, East Hartford, CT and the gauges were returned to near original condition by Kocian Instruments, Depere, WI. Upcoming projects include refurbishing the interior to its original teal and white color scheme and replacing the windshield, which has fogged with age. The boat is currently used on a weekly basis, and can be found on the river many weekday nights.

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