| Condition: || Used || Year: || 1947 |
| Trailer: || Not Included || Make: || Churchward & Co. |
| Engine Type: || Single Inboard/Outboard || Length (feet): || 26 |
| Primary Fuel Type: || Gas || Hull Material: || Steel |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || I have a Churchward & Company Steelcraft boat, made in 1947. It is powered by a flathead 6 cylinder, has an all steel hull, is 26 feet long, and about 8 and a half feet wide. The boat has two bunks, a toilet, and a sink. I don't know much about boats, but it looks like the cabin roof was built by someone later on and is not original. The boat was running on a local lake a few years ago, but is now dry docked. I have tinkered with it some, putting a battery to the starter and gas to the carburetor and was able to get the motor to fire up for a few seconds, the propeller turned as well. The boat has a wooden floor that needs to be replaced. Could make a very unique tiny house. I had this boat listed more than a month ago but the buyer did not come through, so I am now relisting it. I will now require a $500 deposit through paypal and the full payment due within 7 days of auction close. The boat is on my property and can remain there indefinitely but the buyer must make the arrangements to move. Needs restoration, selling as is with title. No reserve.