Vintage Bros Boat Sales is proud to offer for sale this stunning 1958 Century Arabian. Its believed to be 1 of only 4 remaining from an original production run of 30 in 1958. The boat is currently being restored to a very high level by a very talented wood worker. Final assembly is expected by fall of 2021.
At Vintage Bros we are antique boat enthusiasts first and boat brokers second. We love what we do and enjoy linking buyers and sellers to boats we ourselves would love to own!
This boat features a new bottom. The bottom was bedded in Sikaflex and assembled as original with no inner liner. The hull sides were striped to wood, stained, and varnished with 10+ coats. The deck has been replaced with new avodire wood as Century used originally. The transom has also been replaced.
The interior is a stunning brand new kit from A&A Marine. The gauges and steering wheel were restored and present as new.
The engine is a 225 hp 327 Gray Marine that is believed to be original to the boat. It has been rebuilt, runs smoothly and delivers great performance for this size hull. The boat comes with a new custom cradle trailer.
No disappointments here!! It's rare to find such a rare Century that for all intents and purposes is better than new! Additionally the Iva-lite has been restored, the windshield is new and the chrome has been plated to show quality. It comes with a waterline cover. Owning this future award winner would make you the envy of the classic boat show circuit! Call Jim at 513 678 9379.
1958 Century Arabian
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.