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Crestliner 1950 Sportfish

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I own a Crestliner 1950 sportfisher, hull is in excellent condition, decking seats etc excellent condition. Motor not so much I bought it used and the dink had welded a crack in the block enough to get it by for a few hours, then it started to spit oil, now the motor is seized. Do you think this is worth repairing, fixing?

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Just not sure what to do with this boat. Thanks.:confused::confused:

 

(*edited - no selling outside the BST Forum - thanks. TimS)

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The Out drive, sorry I used the wrong vernacular, the boat motor etc is from 1995, lifetime warranty on hull and decking. I just don't know if I should scrap it, fix it or junk it.:confused:

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Ok the boat isn't ancient. Have a surveyor make a thorough inspection of the hull and see for sure what kind of shape it is in. Then ask him what he thinks a new motor head would cost and call around and ask other shops etc.

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(*Edited - John, it's not a game of seeing what you can get away with, it's obvious your intentions. I asked you nicely not to solicit here. I do apologize, I did not read the original post, I see that it was a long time member breaking the rules that made it appear that we allow selling in this forum - we don't :) TimS)



 


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Not my intention. Takin the boat off of someones hands, as indicated in the original post means he is willing to have it removed as is. I was discussing another 1995 boat I could purchase. Was just trying to figure out if this would be less expensive to fix than the other boat. Just a misunderstanding I guess. No worries


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