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Old 05-20-2020, 03:55 PM
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Default 1967/68 Seacraft SF for sale Priced Reduced to $2700

Transaction ID: 9E516638WH6075948

20' 1967/68? Seacraft SF
Carla had corresponded with me it could be as early as 1967 but we’re not sure.

It is with a heavy heart and mixed emotions I list my Seacraft for sale. It has been in my family for over 47 years. I drove this boat all over SW Fl long before I had a car drivers license. My beautiful wife loves boating but the old Seacraft is just too much for us to keep up and not as reliable as I want plus our boating interests have gone in a different direction.

The boat needs a lot of attention and deserves a full rebuild but I just cant do that with her.

I helped salvage the boat in the early 70’s with my father. After reported and no claimant, we acquired it. It has no ID plate but clearly a 20’ SF. It is registered as a home made boat because as I was told by my father “it was just easier” , my father passed away in 88. The title says home made.

Hull/Body-- The fiberglass is good, one small soft spot on deck, gelcoat has cracks in places. The transom is shot. I reinforced it with aluminum plates. It has nearly all the original fittings but that doesn’t matter if a full rebuild is done. It leaks but usable. Center console is sound. I added Star Board hatches. There is no blistering in hull that I can see.

Engine-- A rebuilt 93 Yamaha 130 power head on a 88 transom mount and I assume, a 88 lower unit which was rebuilt about 12 years ago. Motor runs strong but needs a water pump rebuild.

Trailer-- A 90’? Rocket duel axle. Rebuilt recently with torsion bar suspension. New rollers and runners. Tires have dry rot and only good for short local trips, at least I wouldn’t take it far.

Electrical-- Horrible! A complete Frankenstein job but it works.

It has an older poly tank. A Kodiak oval bait well which works good. Steering is stiff but more than useable.

Here is the latest thread I made about her. Search my user name to find my old posts about her.
http://www.classicseacraft.com/commu...ad.php?t=24374

I will gladly let her go for more than a fair price to a good home, hopefully to rebuild her.

Priced Reduced to $2700 for her but I can work with someone. I can do a test ride for serious buyers

I’m listing it here first. I know people here know this boat and would appreciate her. I have started listing on other sites.

Boat is in N Ft Myers Florida

Please ask me any questions.

Pictures in album
http://www.classicseacraft.com/commu...hp?albumid=277
On trailer pics are new.
Should I list pics another way?

Tim
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Old 05-24-2020, 12:30 PM
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Bump for a neighbor and boat with lots of potential!!!!
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Old 05-24-2020, 11:05 PM
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Thanks Robert, I enjoyed meeting you!
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Old 05-27-2020, 11:15 AM
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Price reduced, $2700. I can test drive it for serious buyers. I need the room!
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