For Sale | Details - Correct Craft Upholstery and Part
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Updated: 7/17/2024 (3 days ago)
Originally Posted: 7/3/2024
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Owner: Mark Dyer
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Location: Ooltewah, TN
Phone: (423) 834-0794

Model: 1976 Martinique
Length: 18
Engine: 351 Ford Escort
HP: 235
Hours: 207
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Price: $5,000 

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CCF Price Index: 1976 Correct Crafts  (n=87)
1976 Correct Craft Martinique. This is the same hull as a Ski Nautique (without the fin)-not the larger hull of later Martiniques. I have owned it since 1996. Will include a cover, spare prop and prop puller, long and short ropes, a pair of skis, and a barefoot pole. It has a Correct Craft teak swim platform upgrade. I am pretty sure the boat has been stored indoors it''s whole life. For the first 10 years I had it, it was in an enclosed garage and since 2005 it has been in a climate controlled basement. I do not know how many total hours it has. The hour meter didn''t work when I got it. I put a new one in and have put 207 hours on it since I have had it. Soon after we got it we changed the front seat so that passengers faced backwards like most inboard boats but I kept all the original parts. Not long after 2005 we re-did the rear seat. So the upholstery is in pretty good shape but doesn''t match. It has a 351 Ford Escort conversion which is the precursor to PCM conversions. Over the years I have replaced the alternator, raw water pump then impellers every other year, throttle cable, steering cable, exhaust hoses, fuel line, shaft packing a few times, tuneup parts-just basics. It has always made it back to the dock on it''s own. Still has the original bilge blower that works fine. Original Tach is in the dash and I have the original Teleflex speedometer but it currently has a newer Teleflex speedometer that is easier to read slower speeds. All the other engine gauges were dead when I got it so it got Stewart-Warner marine gauges with a floatless ISSPRO fuel level sensor. Engine runs strong and has good oil pressure. New Carter fuel pump and rebuilt the Holley carburetor last year. New distributor cap, rotor, and points using genuine Mallory parts last year as well. It is on a newer tandem axle trailer, but not the original Correct Craft trailer. Overall in all it is in good shape, but definitely not perfect. My children are grown and we just don''t use it anymore. Not interested in trades of any kind. Located near Chattanooga, TN
Mark Dyer
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