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Classic 1962 Richardson 40ft Cruiser

End Time:7/1/2019 18:21
Sold Price:$1,625
Listing Format:Chinese
Location:Warwick, Rhode Island (02888)
For Sale By:Private Seller


Year:1962Fuel Type:Gas
Make:RichardsonEngine Make:
Model:Engine Model:
Length:40.0Engine Type:Twin Inboard
Beam:13.0Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:Cruiser


Classic 1962 Richardson motor cruiser for sale: 40? aluminum hull, twin 350 inboard engines. If you are looking for a project boat, look no further. I've been restoring this boat for the last few years and have done many repairs. The bottom was sandblasted and painted two years ago. There are all new bilge pumps and the batteries are only two years old. The boat has been winterized and is currently in a boatyard in Rhode Island. Access to the boat is restricted, and it cannot be moved until the yard has moved the surrounding boats. This boat needs lots of TLC to get it back to its former prime. Both engines run great and can be used for day trips. It would also make a great live in boat, very comfortable. The marina where she is located is great (new owners are responsible for the arrangements). This is a classic boat and a fantastic project for someone. No warranties or guarantees on the boat. Serious inquiries only. Marine electronics not included.

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