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Old 10-02-2014, 10:47 AM   #21
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Love the updates! The interior essentially erased the classic quality and replaced it with a clean upscale RV look! I think that this is the perfect example of how to take a $20,000 boat, add $150,000 of parts and labor, and have a $40,000 boat to show for it! I wonder if eventually somebody pulls those Yanmars........and puts in the beer locker........

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Old 10-02-2014, 08:28 PM   #22
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I'm not so sure the interior of that boat was so classic to begin with. That vintage Chris Craft had lots of that fancy wood grained formica, probably not much worse than what's there now. My Dad had a 1969 42 and it had white formica and black and white shag carpeting. Groovy Baby! And an 8 track! It looks like the person that restored the Vintage Lady ran out of money when he got to the interior.

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