1929 22' Chris Craft Cadet priced at $55,900
All info gleaned from seller in writing and conversation.
Vintage Bros Boat Sales is proud to offer this beautiful 1929 22' Chris Craft Cadet. This boat was fully restored and is an incredible value.
The quality of the restoration is evident in the photos supplied. This boat is number 673 in a total production run of 1058 from 1927 -29.
At Vintage Bros we are enthusiasts first and boat brokers second. We love putting buyers and sellers together, working with boats we too would love to own.
As can be seem by the photos this boat is gorgeous. The plank seams are tight and the finish shines beautifully. The grain of the philippine mahogany shows through the stairs and varnish and is stunning. The bottom has been replaced and is believed to be a no soak double planked 3M 5200 style reconstruction.
The interior is in great condition with no visible rips or tears. The original gauge cluster is clear and easy to read as well as in good working order. The steering wheel is my favorite part of the interior! Mostly wood as it left the factory and finished bright.
The original engine for this vessel would have been a Chrysler or Kermath producing around 100hp. Along the way it was upgraded to a PCM V8 (Ford power I believe) of more than double the original. Way more reliable and powerful than the original.
If you are looking for modern reliability and power in a historic pleasure boat you've found it! Easy to use and fun to drive. Please call Jim at 513 678 9379.
1929 22' Chris Craft Cadet
Vintage Bros Boat Sales always recommends that any prospective purchaser either inspect the boat themselves or hire a third-party inspector to examine the boat as a contingency of purchase. Once these things are completed to the buyer's satisfaction the sale becomes final. It is the buyers right to waive all inspections. If a buyer choose to go this route they bare full responsibility for the choice made regarding the condition of the boat.
Vintage Bros. Boat Sales is happy to help in any prospective purchaser coordinate shipping. However, shipping is ultimately the responsibility of the purchaser not only in coordination but in payment of the service.