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1964 17' Century Resorter


This boat was left sitting outside (full of water) for many years and had major rot throughout the boat, including portions of the chine and engine stringers. She also had the original (and rotted) plywood fore and aft decks that were covered with the factory ‘platinum colored’ vinyl. We installed new double-planked 5200 bottom, replaced chine, engine stringers, multiple frames, added new mahogany decks, flooring, interior, complete engine rebuild of original Gray 238HP with electronic ignition. Our goal is to always restore these boats back to ‘visual’ authenticity. However, the original style of this Resorter was modified with new windshield, mahogany decks, interior color, custom bow pole, dash, high-performance prop, and other features. Shortly after restoration she was featured on the cover of Thoroughbred (pictured on bottom right of cover).
   
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