|Locatie||Bloomington, Indiana, Verenigde Staten|
|BTW-status||BTW niet van toepassing|
|Lengte over alles||10.67 m|
|Motor model||6 Cylinder Hercules|
|Motor model||6 Cylinder Hercules|
|Aantal max. passagiers||15|
|Zoetwater reservoirs||25 gelling|
Reason for selling is "No longer have time to enjoy".
ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today!
Own a piece of Boating History - 1956 Chris Craft Constellation
If you're looking at this 1956 Constellation you are one step closer to owning and preserving a piece of boating history.
There is something about the Constellation that stirs the emotions of everyone that steps aboard her. It is like taking a trip back in time.
Her rich wood, brass appointments, and classic lines will turn heads every time to take her out. The Constellation was built for the boater that likes to entertain.
She has a large sundeck and spacious salon and modern galley with granite countertop.
The Constellation is on the hard and stored indoors making photographing the girl difficult.
While we will always attempt to provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market, during any purchase from Pop you will be encouraged to schedule an inspection from an independent, accredited surveyor and every purchase WILL ALWAYS BE subject to your satisfaction with the results from your independent survey and your own personal trial run.
We have several more Sea Ray, Bayliner, and Carver vessels for sale. If you're in the Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Greenwood, or Columbus areas, please use the form on this page to let me know what you're looking for and I'll get back with you today about any other antique boat options we have locally that may meet your needs.
You have questions? We have answers. Call us at (941) 914-9217 to discuss this vessel today.
The Chris-Craft Hercules flathead engines well maintained Interior wood has been refinished and is in very good condition. The Chris O Matic electro-hydraulic shifting system was removed and a lever rod and bell crank system was installed. The "Crash I matic" was an optional upgrade and proved to be a terrible system. This conversion was done by most owners. According to the seller, this made the boat one of the best slow-speed maneuvering boats he had ever driven given its large twin screws, engines with ample torque at idle, large twin rudders placed directly aft of the props and Paragon transmissions. She's very easy to maneuver in a crowded marina. Hull has been treated with high-tech polymers. (Sani-Tred)
- Cabin Lighting (Included)- Cabinets (Included)
- Cuddy Cabin (Included)
- Dinette (Included)
- Head (Included)
- Mirror (Included)
- Port Holes (Included)
- Refrigerator (Included)
- Salon (Included)
- Sink - Galley (Included)
- V Berth (Included)
- Anchor (Included)- Anchor Locker (Included)
- Anchor Rode (Included)
- Bimini (Included)
- Bow Rail (Included)
- Cleats - Fixed (Included)
- Compartment Storage (Included)
- Steering Wheel (Included)
- Swim Ladder (Included)
- Swim Platform (Included)
- 110v AC Outlets (Included)- AC Electric Panel (Included)
- Battery Switch (Included)
- Circuit Breaker Panel (Included)
- Cockpit Accent Lighting (Included)
- Fuel Gauge (Included)
- Horn (Included)
- Oil Pressure Gauge (Included)
- Speedometer (Included)
- Tachometer (Included)
- Volt Meter (Included)
- Bilge Pump (Included)- Carbureted (Included)
- Navigation Lights (Included)
- Air Horn (Included)- Grab Rails (Included)
- Sump Pump (Included)