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History Classic Hot Rod Boats Part II

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by CONNMAN, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. CONNMAN
    Joined: Jul 19, 2006
    Posts: 1,297

    CONNMAN
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    from Lampe,Mo.

    This is a 1940 ,Chris Craft triple cockpit ,,mahogany planked , twin engined classic ,,845 cid / 375 hp ,,in 1940,,totally restored ,,,goinig up fer auction this sat ,,a TRUE Hot Rod on the water ,,long before most of us were even born ,,me included ,,WE didn't invent hot rods ,,we just got it from our fore fathers ,,,
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  2. cheveey57
    Joined: Mar 11, 2010
    Posts: 676

    cheveey57
    Member

    awesome looking boat, thank God that is one addiction I don't have............
     
  3. I've seen that boat a few years ago at the Wooden Boat Show at Lake Arrowhead. It is absolutely beautiful.

    That show brings lots of cool old wood boats. That same year, I saw a perfectly restored 1955 Chris Craft Cobra with a nasty sounding flatty that was sooo bitchin.
     
  4. Was at a buddies last night and he has a 1935 Spit-Fire 14' wooden boat. It was built out of Seattle and was raced all over the PNW and West Coast. Its so bitchin!

    Connman, that thing is killer. I'd love to get an old mahogany ski boat.

    -Shiny
     

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