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Glastron Cvx 16 boats for sale
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Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts
1986 Glastron CVX 16 CARLSON,This is a newly restored Glastron Carlson CVX in Excellent Condtion! She was just repainted over the fall/winter with all new flooring, carpet, vinyl upholstery, gauges, steering wheel, lights and hardware. She sports a 120HP Evinrude engine that has just been tuned up with new thermostats and waterpump. Runs great, perfect compression. She comes with a full coast guard package and a EZ Loader galvanized trailer. One owner boat, purchased new in 1986 and came from a lake in NH. Serious Inquires only please. Email only Please, Thank you! $7995
factory alum. trailer, alum. rims, new tires,wiring,lights. interior new floor w/marine carpet, marine grade vinyl seats. full gauge panel, steering wheel w/push button trim, new ride guide duel steering cables. transom loading switch. AM/FM/Stereo, waterproof speakers. new fuel system, deck tank to motor, hoses, water separator, fuel filter, etc. auto bilge pump. Engine mid 80's high perf. V6 making 200+HP custom low water pickup w/nose cone. 26pitch SS protestor prop. high ratio gear lower unit. recent tun up, complete rebuild of three carbs and soft lines. 1 pc. race cover, paint w/clear coat, custom made Merc. decals. flush mount SS deck hardware including all bolts and screws. (rear seat included, just not in pic). original gel-coat, not repainted, like new condition. this is an honest 60++MPH rig!! new composite transom w/alum. jack plate. FRESH WATER only!! QUESTIONS?, Call Chuck..
Rare 1979 Glastron & Carlson CVX-16ss Bought this boat to keep it from being crushed. Past owner originally got the boat for the engine as a donor, Ended up not being the correct 4cyl for his application. So it sat for a few years where he stored it. He needed to get it out of storing location and that is how I ended up with it. Mechanics: Engine (4cyl mercruiser 120hp). Was locked up when I got it (rusted Piston rings to the cylinder walls) I pulled the engine and tore it down completely. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the crank/cam and all bearing had hardly any wear on them. Leads me to believe it was a fresh rebuild not long before it sat. despite the rings being rusted, The cylinder wall Honed out nicely. ( note: They are Bored .030 over by past rebuild) I cleaned up pistons, checked clearances and installed new piston rings. I also checked all other clearances for good measure while I had the engine apart. Then re-installed all components with new gasket kit, New thermostat also installed. Carb. was rebuilt. Exhaust manifold appeared to fairly new.( clear of junk, in water jacket) Engine was then re-installed in the boat. Properly aligned for the out drive. Runs fine now, Will probably need valves adjusted again after some more run time. And run to with good clean gas throw it.( Still had some old gas in tank) I was able to get the boat out for a test run on the water once. NO leaks, Bilge does work and was not needed once out on the water. Boat got up on plane with ease. Ran fine however temp did rise at higher RPM and came down at lower RPM. ( bad impeller in the out drive) The impeller has sense been replaced with a new kit. Out drive was installed with new gaskets. Boat shifts into all three positions ( forward, neutral, reverse). Could use some fine adjustments. Gauges all work with the exception on the tech and fuel gauge. Hydralic pump and trim work perfectly. (new style pump) I will not claim this engine to be a fresh rebuild, but you will not get much better then this one without actually paying for the work to be done. Based of the condition the internals ware in. Cosmetic/structure: Fiberglass hull has a few minor nicks in it, typical for this old of a boat. Again does not leak. Everything appears to have been re painted at time of previous over hall. The paint is currently cracking in some areas, but still in presentable shape. The one time I had it out it got a lot of head turns and ppl asking about it. Interior has two brand new front seats and rear bench seat is still in great shape, over all the interior is again presentable. Floor has no soft spots. Dash light work as well as the front lights. Rear mooring light is missing ( New can be bought for pretty cheap) Brand new rear plug for the bilge hole. Trailer: Original trailer to this boat. It is in need of some TLC, but it does hold and tow the boat fine. I towed it an hour and a half with no issues. The brake lights and turn signals work, running lights do not seem to work. (I have not got around to looking at that yet) I would plan on new winch cable and just plan on going over the trailer before making long trips with it. I do not have title for either boat or trailer. Some older boats never did have titles issued to them. I am unaware whether or not that is the case for this boat or not. I bill of sale will be given with the sale. I did look into title a little, and does not seem to be an issue to get one. Due to the boat not being registered I do not want to take it out and risk the fine. If I get a title issued before it sells I have not problem giving test rides to serious inquires only. Otherwise I can run it on muffs in the driveway. I have no obligations to sell by the end of this season. I may do more work on it over the winter to make it more appealing to a potential buyer. Boat is for sale locally also. Please call me or text me at 717-419-2553 to come look at it. Or email at email@example.com. For any additional pictures wanted email me, And I'll gladly take some for you. This is the last time I'm listing this on here till spring, Assuming it doesn't sell between now and then.