| Year: || 1964 || Make: || Chris Craft |
| Trailer: || Not Included || Engine Type: || Twin Inboard/Outboard |
| Model: || ROAMER || Engine Model: || 350 |
| Type: || Cabin Cruiser || Engine Make: || Chevrolet Engine |
| Length (feet): || 32 || Primary Fuel Type: || Gas |
| Beam (feet): || 12 || For Sale By: || Private Seller |
| Hull Material: || Steel || Fuel Capacity: || 101 - 150 Gallons |
| Use: || Fresh Water, Lake Champlain || Complete mechanical restoration, including but not limited to hull replated, rebuilt engines, twin Chevy 350, 260 HP with new manifolds new elderbrock carbs, new elbows, new fuel pumps, new battery's, new battery switch, both tranny's rebuilt, new ss water heater, new holding tank 28 gal, new head, new gas tanks (2) 60gal each. Both tachometer's rebuilt and restored to Chris Craft. New side curtains with sunbrella and clear windows, new bilge pumps(2). Danforth anchor and rode with mounts on deck, life jackets, fenders etc Over 40,000 invested in the past three years. Teak swim platform, This is a new Antique boat in fine condition. History pack from the maritime museum, new helm chairs(2) last 2015, wood railings and hatch all refinished. Still needs some exterior cosmetic work.
This boat is a real head turner, everyone likes it, even sailboaters. Only reason looking to sell is to buy a liveaboard. Way too many things to list.
Ready to go anywhere. Been on Lake Champlain since new. Vessel can be taken down the Champlain Canal system into the Hudson River for all south points or up through Canada to Montreal. I'm a licensed Coast Guard Captain and would be happy to help with relocation for additional fees.