Bronze, stainless, chrome or steel. If you need information about the non-wood items on your Chris-Craft, pose your questions here.
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I am in need of a windshield frame assembly for a 1962 Holiday. I have the glass. Thanks, Jim Martin
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Have you tried California Classic Boats? They have a listing for windshield brackets for "post-war utilities".
Hang on to your wallet; price is $5K+. Have you learned what the BOAT acronym stands for?
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Call Butch at the Wooden Boat shop in Cincinnati.
1947 Penn Yan 12' Cartopper WXH474611
1950 Chris-Craft 22' Sportsman U-22-1532
1957 Chris-Craft 26' Sea Skiff SK-26-515
1968 Century 17' Resorter FG-68-174
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The $5K listing that was described as windshield brackets for "post-war" utilities" is much more than brackets. It is a complete windshield frame. Try making one.
1940 C-C 27' Racing Runabout
1955 C-C 21' Cobra
1942 Gar Wood 33.5 Runabout
1972 Riva 21.5 Olympic
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