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Old 06-12-2020, 05:28 PM
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Default 23' Potter Hull resto by Tarheel Boatworks REDUCED $65K

This boat was redone here at Tarheelboatworks in NC. The build is detailed under "Chriselks" 23 build at Classic Seacraft.com:

http://www.classicseacraft.com/commu...light=chriselk

Go to the last few pages to see the finished product. I will also try and post some better pictures here.

Summary:
Boat was taken down to hull/glass inside and out.
Only coosa, divinylcell foam and core cell, biaxial and epoxy used for structural. New stringers (foam cored), transom (coosa), deck (corecell). Cap was removed and recored. Only wood present is some reclaimed old growth teak used for window dressing.


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Has a 300 Suzuki mounted on a Stainless Marine Bracket with 220 hours. Top speed is 50mph. 3 mpg at 30. This boat is lighter, stronger and faster than new. We believe it’s is one of the “top 10” 23 foot Sea Craft restos ever done. Comes with a robust dual axel trailer with disc brakes (redone recently). It is roadworthy.

Custom live well in stern.
Custom pull out cooler in leaning post.
Custom hatches in floor. One is insulated. Forward hatch is huge. Rear hatch is large for good access to bilge pumps.
Custom fiberglass hardtop and radio box. Coosa inserts for outriggers.
T-Top with rocket launcher by Custom Marine Fabrication in New Bern, NC
2 bilge pumps with automatic and manual function.
Garmin autopilot (2.0 pump-the big one).
Standard Horizon VHF radio with “panic button”
Two Suzuki C10 gauges
Two Garmin GPS chartplotters
Horn
Windless with separate battery switch and breaker.
120 gallon gas tank (Sunshine tanks, FL).
Canvas cover for console and Leaning Post.
Saltwater washdown.
Two AGM batteries.
Battery charger.
Deck was raised 2 inches. Absolutely no wet feet even with full live well and folks in stern.
GEMLUX duckbill scupper system.
Almost all hardware GEMLUX Stainless.
Alexseal products used throughout the fairing and painting (Atlantic Blue topcoat-This is NC, the Tarheel State!)
Bottom was taken down to glass (removed gel coat for inspection). Epoxy/Cabo/glass any irregularities. Reglassed entire bottom. 5 coats epoxy barrier coat. Petit Vivid white bottom paint.
Boat has been rack stored inside at Harkers Island Fishing Center.

Reduced to $65K. Serious inquiries only.
tarheelboatworks@gmail.com

Transaction ID: 8TU846040Y922323K
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Old 06-12-2020, 05:33 PM
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I will get some more pictures when it stops raining here. I notice there are few inside pictures and the new powder coated bow rail is not shown. Standby.
Before you ask why I am selling:
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Old 06-13-2020, 06:50 PM
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Lordy !!!
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Old 06-13-2020, 07:30 PM
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That sir is my dream ride right there. Your build thread is top notch and should help greatly verify it's value. GLWS

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Old 12-30-2020, 01:32 PM
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Reduced
59K
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Old 12-30-2020, 01:33 PM
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More pictures here:
https://www.anglersedgemarine.com/de...ail&id=9400718
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Old 01-06-2021, 08:25 PM
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I have been advised by my boat broker to take it off the market for now.
He is confident it will sell in a few weeks.
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Old 01-11-2021, 04:50 PM
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It's a beautiful rebuild but we have seen this many times. Classic hull restorations always have difficulty selling due to the fact to many of the buyers out there don't have $60k to toss down on a 40+ year old boat even though it is better than any $100k boat in it's class. The new boats can be financed and that is what most do.

I'm with your broker. The price is more than fair so hang tight and GLWS.
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Old 01-12-2021, 12:02 PM
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Good luck with the sale, She defiantly is a beautiful hull. I must ask... what's next?
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