Vintage Bros. Boat Sales is extremely proud to offer for sale this beautiful 1968 Century Coronado.
This boat is stunning in every way and was completely restored by the previous owner. It’s a turnkey boat ready to go in the water for hours and hours of family enjoyment.
At Vintage Bros. we are enthusiasts first and boat brokers second. We are extremely selective in the boats that we offer for sale and this is as nice a mahogany Coronado as you will ever see. We don’t sell anything we wouldn’t love to own ourselves!
According to the seller the boat features a single planked no-soak bottom. The finish on the hull sides is clear, glossy and deep. The planks are tight with beautiful grain of the African mahogany showing through. The hardware is bright it is beautifully re-chromed.
The interior of this boat is done as it would have left the factory with the exception of one thing; instead of vinyl leather was used! All the fabric was cut by the same people who made the original interior at Century Boat Company. The beautiful deep Oxblood color with no visible rips, tears, or mistreatment. The steering wheel is like new and the gauges are clear and and easy to read. The decks and interior staving are the same sand color that were applied at the factory. The seating in this boat can easily carrying eight passengers.
Powered by a 440 Chrysler engine of 300 + horsepower she will definitely scoot on the water. This motor was rebuilt buy reputable machine shop in Michigan and provides effortless power water sports of all kinds. The trailer is a dual axle which is extremely roadworthy and built specifically for this boat.
If you're looking for a high-quality late 60s mahogany Century Coronado you won't be disappointed with this boat. This boat could be proudly displayed at any boat show likely taking High honors in the process! We have a lot of information on this high-value boat. Please call Jim at 513-678-9379.
1968 Century Coronado M6896
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.