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Chris Craft Sport Fisherman Print Booklet
Author: Brightwork   Posts: 1   Photos: 5   Subscribers: 0   Views: 54   Responses: 5   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Chris Craft Sport Fisherman - Posted: 29th Oct 2017
I have two of these kits and will be starting one after Christmas... I will keep you posted. This is a Lindberg model of a 1959, 40' Chris Craft Sport Fisherman which is 30" long. I have two motors for her, but not sure if I will RC her or not. The finished boat should look like the photos or a bit better. These are plastic kits which I intend to apply mahogany skins and accents to make it more realistic.

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Response by Brightwork on the 29th Oct 2017
That is actually the 30 footer. This is the 40 footer. Note the raise deck line going forward and the additional port holes
Response by Krampus on the 29th Oct 2017
Yes, I noticed the difference a bit after I placed the pic. Nevertheless, what a nice boat :)
Response by Krampus on the 29th Oct 2017
For Chris Craft fans, an interview to Dick Avery - Chris-Craft Chief Stylist 1962-1982https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2njLolqz7nM