| Condition: || Used || Year: || 1974 |
| Use: || Salt Water || Make: || Luhrs |
| Engine Type: || Single Inboard/Outboard || Model: || Cruiser |
| Engine Make: || Chrysler Engine || Type: || Flybridge |
| Engine Model: || 360 || Length (feet): || 28 |
| Primary Fuel Type: || Gas || Beam (feet): || 10 |
| Fuel Capacity: || 101 - 150 Gallons || Hull Material: || Fiberglass |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Trailer: || Not Included |
I am selling my 74 Luhrs 28 foot flybridge to try and downgrade to something smaller. This is a great boat, she's old but runs solid and smooth. Some info about her is as follows:-28 feet from transom to pulpit; Plus teak swim platform.
-10 foot beam. Very stable in some seas.
-Rebuilt Chrystler 360ci 8 cylinder Gasoline fueled fresh water cooled motor aprox 500 hours.
-Holds 100 gallons of fuel - Port and starboard tanks are 50 gallons each.
-50 gallon freshwater hold.
-Full galley with alcohol stove, mini fridge, sink, counter space and cabinets (plenty of storage)
-On board head with sink and toilet (no shower)
-Duel helm (upper and lower)
-GPS and VHF radio all in working order.
-Sleeps 4 - 2 in a cuddy in the bow and salon table breaks down to sleep 2 more.
-She's not the fastest although I'm never one to be in a rush on the water. Does about 12-13 knots
-Fiberglass hull and cockpit. Wood topside.
-Bimini top on flybridge.
-Freshwater wash down on the transom.I did quite a bit of work on her at the beginning of this season. She is well maintained and has always been taken care of. She needs a coat of paint on the topside. It began to peel over the winter. I just haven't had the time to repaint it. But a day of scraping and painting the topside and the teak would bring it right back. In April I replaced the raw water impeller and thermostat. Changed the spark plugs and oil. Tensioned the belts. Flushed the freshwater coolant system and did a compression test. The starter was rebuilt at the end of April. I also replaced the starter solenoid at the same time because why not. The fresh water pump and macerator pump were both replaced in August of last season. The boat is kept on whips and in the beginning of the season during a storm the boat was pushed into the pylons pretty hard and created a dent and some damaged wood on the top side of the port gunwhale. Again. This was on my list of things to fix but with work haven't had the time. The boat is in the water now and is turn key. If I didn't cover anything or you have any questions feel free to call or text me and I will be more than willing to answer any questions you may have. The boat is kept in Massapequa and if you would like to see it first hand just say the word.