| |Reduced Price! If you are looking for a fun boat that will get tons of looks, this could be yours. Even better, classic Glastrons, especially the GT-150s, hold their value and are highly desirable. This 1972 is the same year, model and color that James Bond drove in Live and Let Die. They are low maintenance and store in smaller spaces. This is one of three I own and really only need one. As with any classic boat, buy the best you can and avoid significant restoration costs (see above pic cost sheet). Condition and Features
Pro-shop replaced soft rear floor sectionGood transomWell running Merc 800, restored shift control and throttle Good working Mercury/Mariner trim and tilt unitPerfect windshieldNew carpetNew plastic fuel tankOriginal cover Glastron mirror, correct and original Correct Glastron dealer installed tach and speedo Restored and original 1972 Glastron trailerOriginal Merc owner's manual, original vinyl Merc packet, 1972 LA registration decal (see pic above)No wayward holes or attachments made to the dash or the vinyl Perko shut off and a depth finder New steering wheel inserts, bow emblem and decalRecent new prop and batteryDocumented receiptsGuarantee
Guaranteed satisfaction or sale is cancelled (prior to any shipping) Clean Wisconsin boat titleShipping Option and Dimensions
Boat located located 60 miles NE of Minneapolis, MN Delivery of boat available: $300-$600Boat on trailer is 20' 6" from tip to prop tip and 6' 6" wideQuestions.
Other GT-150 Boat For Sale? If you have interest in the other boat shown above, drop a note. It has over $2500 in all new seat upholstery in correct colors, near-new 1972 Johnson 85 hp, new transom and floor, 2012 trailer and nice gel coat. Boat/motor/trailer - $5,900 or without motor, $4,900.
Send us any questions or if you need a picture of something not shownThinking restoration of a GT-150?
See above image for parts and/or labor costs to restore a GT-150. Wow! (IE: Buy a good one and save money and time.)