I was looking to restore this 18ft 1957 Chris Craft Continental my wife is now expecting our first child and so due my new life event can not take it on at this time. The boat is in good condition. The only real major undertaking is the hull. While it appears to be in great condition as far as the wood in the bilge goes it does look like someone had previously fiber glassed the hull. Reason for the fiberglass at this point is unknown as I have not had a chance to remove the fiberglass from the wood. The rest of the boat is in really great shape. The boat is missing one of the planks on the port side. I happen to have a mahogany plank that is ready to be steam bent and put in. The item comes with two axle trailer, I have two bow chrome vents, chrome trim pieces for the bow,starboard,port,stern. I also have the engine cover with engine vin plate (CL-18-291), the wooden stern pole light, the steering wheel with original chrome decor, and all the steering and cabling, rudder, copper exhaust pipe, and drive shaft is present.
Things she is missing, I do not have an engine, missing the side chrome vents, gas tank, gas cap, and seats. I have the original bill of sale for Chris Craft. I am looking to get out what I have in it. For any questions please contact me if your interested or if you would like to make an offer.