Vintage Bros Boat Sales is proud to offer another pre-war Chris Craft for sale! The seller describes this boat as an easy project with most of the difficult stuff already done.

This hull number of this boat is 57123. It's boat number 124 of a total production of 372 units. This hull was only offered in 1941.

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This hull on this boat is believed to be a no soak bottom but the seller is not certain who did the work of of what type it may be. A hull inspection should reveal the type. The finish is nice but could use a coat of varnish (like all of them!) and the old growth phillipean mahogany is beautiful.


The interior has been replaced with a cream-colored vinyl that shows beautifully. It has no visable rips, cracks or tears and looks great against the back drop of the mahogany decks.


The engine is a 'B' series Hercules flat-head 4 cylinder that has been rebuilt. It has a rebuilt starter and carburetor. It is currently out of the boat awaiting installation. Once installed and plumbed in, the boat is expected to be ready for the water. The trailer is a roadworthy single axle and tows nicely.


This is a rare boat. I personally have only seen one other. It presents well and would make a fun little user. Nice pre-war Chris Crafts in this price range are getting near impossible to find. Call Jim at 513 678 9379. 

1941 16' Chris Craft Deluxe

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