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Old 06-11-2022, 08:59 AM
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Default 20' SeaCraft - CC - Potter hull - question

Did SeaCraft build a 20' center console Potter hull in the 70s with a stern drive?

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No. Stern drives, yes but not inboards
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Old 06-30-2022, 06:17 AM
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Default 20' SeaCraft - CC - Potter Hull

Thanks Ryan for your response.

Someone on this forum said our SeaCraft is/was either a Super Fish or another 20' CC Potter hull built in '73

All of the Super Fish photos I have seen are outboards.

What model (built in '73) is/was the 20' CC Potter hull with a stern drive.

This SeaCraft we are selling was a stern drive. I would like to know what model.

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Old 06-30-2022, 10:45 AM
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If you look on the main site there's a page titled "Literature" that has all the production #'s that have been uncovered, by year, model and power. I looked at a basket case 20' SuperFisherman with an I/0 a couple of years ago. Yours appears to be almost certainly a modified SF, it doesn't have the larger/higher cap of a Master Angler. The Specifications page may help you too, as there are line drawings of bot SF and MA models.
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