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Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by alloyed2sea, Nov 24, 2013.

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  1. alloyed2sea

    alloyed2sea Moderator

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    And by footage, I mean by the foot.
    Here are some good ones, 'cause otherwise they just sit, gathering silica dust in my computer.
    Let's start with the steelie 43s: Regal (sedan) and Riviera (MY)/Soft-/Hard, -tops - all from 1960-63.
    Cheers!
    - Eric
    PS- Did they drop the Royal (DC) after '59?

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  2. alloyed2sea

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    Pair of Aces

    Talk about living large, Roamer style.
    Here's a pair of 37' Rivieras - in both the hard-, and soft-top version at ONE man's dock. We know its on Lake Charlevoix, and that is it. :cool:
    If anyone knows anything more, pls write in: I'm updating the "List of Known Survivors"(got one?)
    Cheers!
    -Eric

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  3. Havana

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    The 2 in Charlevoix are in a barn and for sale. I think they were owned by someone in the auto industry and used for summer fun by the kids. They are listed on Yacht World.
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    Lost in Space

    Would really(really) like to locate these two Rivieras. Cannot find them on Yachtworld.
    Are they listed anyplace else for sale? Perhaps you could put me in touch with the owner via PM. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. :p
    Thanx!
    -Eric

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    Meanwhile,...

    ...., back in Roamerland, what should ever appear?
    Why, the Queen of the Tennesse thatz what here.
    We know she's 57 feet of ALCOA's finest, and that the motors were running pretty well that day, but other than that, a mere illusion, ghost of Roamers past.
    Hmmm,..., wonder where is she today?:eek:

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