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Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm

Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm Chris Craft 1955 (Cream upholstered seat) 70cm
Product Code: SBP0970
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Price: $329.00
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Exquisitely crafted with precision detailing, this scale-replica model speedboat of the iconic wooden-hulled Chris Craft will bring the nautical style and sleek racing heritage to any room.

Highlights about the wooden Chris Craft boat model

  • Dimensions are: 70cmL x 22cmW x 23cmH 1:9 Scale
  • Entirely handcrafted, fully assembled and ready to display
  • Plank on frame construction where each strip of wood is applied to the hull one at a time
  • Highly polished smooth finish, many layers of paint and varnish applied. Each layer is left to dry and micro sanded before another layer is applied
  • Engine compartment doors open
  • Brass & stainless steel fittings, no plastic parts
  • Meticulously painted to match real Chris Craft Cobra
  • Plush leather seats
  • Realistic gauges and switches on dash are not a sticker or decal
  • The model comes with a sturdy wooden base.

History

Chris Craft Cobra was built for the 1955 New York Boat Show, and came with a special display stand made by Chris Craft just for this boat. The famous tail fin is made first for Chris Craft and an early indicator of where boat production was headed in the future. Old-world wooden boat craftsmanship combined with the modern technology of fiberglass, wraparound windshield and Cadillac V-8 power bridged the gap between the classic boats of the past. The modern features mid-century designers and engineers once only dreamed about just a few years earlier.

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