Vintage Bros is proud to offer this beautifully restored 1957 Century Coronado! One of 240 Coronados produced that year, this boat is turn-key and ready to be enjoyed!
This boat is fully restored and like new in almost every way. To restore this boat professionally would cost a few multiples of its asking price. Herein lies the value.
At Vintage Bros, we are antique and classic boat enthusiasts first and boat brokers second. We enjoy matching buyers with sellers and would love to own any of the boats we sell.
The hull on this boat has been completely replanked. The no-soak, 3M 5200 bottom was done in the Dannenberg method using 4mm okume plywood for the innerliner and traditional 1/2 inch planking for the outer planking.
The interior is new and a duplicate of what came in the boat originally. The guages have been rebuilt and are clear and easy to read. The steering wheel appears as new. The fluted-aluminum interior trim ('57 is the last year this was used in the Coronado) is intact and looks new.
In the belly of this beast resides the venerable Chrysler Marine Hemi! With 2 single barrel carburetors, it produces 200 hp and scoots this 21-footer right along! The engine has new water and fuel pumps, a new gas tank, and braided fuel lines. The boat will be sold with a vintage dual-axle trailer that has been fitted with swing-away hitch.
This is arguably the nicest, recently restored, 1957 Century Coronado in the country. I you want to own a classic that is as fresh as new, please call Jim at 513 678 9379.
1957 21' Century Coronado
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.