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Looking for Previous owners and history of hull SC28688

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Looking for Previous owners and history of hull SC28688

Post by Tmalko » Sun Oct 17, 2021 1:19 am

The Maritime Museum hull card is listed as missing. I bought this 27’ Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser in Newport Beach CA. The prior owner had passed and there was no information. I did find out that it was auctioned off in Clayton NY prior to being moved to CA. I also found that Wood Wind Yachts in Ontario did a major refurbishment of her in the 2016-2018 timeframe. The name of the boat is “Inevitable” and a picture is enclosed. Any information you may have would greatly be appreciated. Pic attached.
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Re: Looking for Previous owners and history of hull SC28688

Post by Tmalko » Wed Oct 27, 2021 12:01 am

Correction; Hull number is 27688 not 28688.

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Re: Looking for Previous owners and history of hull SC28688

Post by Tmalko » Tue Sep 27, 2022 10:22 pm

I found an error in what the boat registration had listed for the hull number. I found and verified the true hull number found in the stern. It is 27668 instead of 27688. It had a hull card and the engine serial numbers matched my engines. Still looking for original or 2nd or third owners. Thanks.

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