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Old 04-21-2024, 12:12 PM
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The beautiful Mountain Green ‘67 Z in the vintage certification at MCACN ‘23 was from Mustang Chevrolet in San Angelo, TX.
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The beautiful Mountain Green ‘67 Z in the vintage certification at MCACN ‘23 was from Mustang Chevrolet in San Angelo, TX.
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Thank you Dave, for the correct answer!!
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The beautiful Mountain Green ‘67 Z in the vintage certification at MCACN ‘23 was from Mustang Chevrolet in San Angelo, TX.
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1955 Chris Craft , these came with Cadillac engine , this boat was special ordered without engine because owner wanted Cadillac engine built to his spec .
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----I can't remember the guys name (Jim something I think, he's passed on) that owned this pair along with a whole bunch of other cars and boats. He was from the Dayton Ohio area. I met him at a wood boat restoration place here in Marine City MI years ago. The car was, I believe, a Barris concoction and the boat is a rare Chris Craft 21ft Cobra. He modified the Cobra from its original livery and pretty much destroyed its value, but the guy was so wealthy he probably just didn't care. The fin on the Cobra was the 1st use of fiberglass by Chris Craft. Original 21 Cbras are worth well over $100,000!....Bill S

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This seems to be the same boat! Pretty cool!

http://antiqueboatamerica.com/Boat/2...ft_Cobra_42530
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----I can't remember the guys name (Jim something I think, he's passed on) that owned this pair along with a whole bunch of other cars and boats. He was from the Dayton Ohio area. I met him at a wood boat restoration place here in Marine City MI years ago. The car was, I believe, a Barris concoction and the boat is a rare Chris Craft 21ft Cobra. He modified the Cobra from its original livery and pretty much destroyed its value, but the guy was so wealthy he probably just didn't care. The fin on the Cobra was the 1st use of fiberglass by Chris Craft. Original 21 Cbras are worth well over $100,000!....Bill S
Guy's name was Jim "Street" Skonzakes and the car was the Golden Sahara.

https://www.autoweek.com/car-life/cl...golden-sahara/

He owned a local business security company, Radar Sentry I believe, and was into electronics. The car could be remote controlled to drive unattended and supposedly had on-board radar systems.
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This seems to be the same boat! Pretty cool!

http://antiqueboatamerica.com/Boat/2...ft_Cobra_42530
----Wow, Mark! I didn't remember that Barris hads anything to do with the Cobra as well. That certainly boosted the value as well as all the other changes. That's a really strong price that I did not expect. I do remember that the boat had a heavily modified engine. Very cool!...Bill S
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If you’re going to land on a car would be hard to beat a 59 Chevy .
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If you’re going to land on a car would be hard to beat a 59 Chevy .
That's crazy that it just balanced right there. The car must have been going the right speed for that smooth landing and the trunk is about the size of a small airport...
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