length overall (LOA): 18 make / manufacturer: Glasspar model name / number: Seafair Sedan propulsion type: power year manufactured: 1959
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Testing the waters with my 1959 Glasspar Seafair Sedan. This thing is a FISH MAGNET, limited out every time I have taken it out, and caught a 7 foot mako incidentally on its maiden voyage. the boat is undeniably a classic design, and catches attention everywhere I go. I have only had it for a little over 2 years, and I am only the second owner, so it has been well-cared for.
It currently has a 1981 70hp Johnson 2-stroke, runs well. Also has 4 5-gallon gas tanks, two fit snugly in the bilge, a brand new Garmin fishfinder I just installed, standard horizon VHF radio, custom made cover and cabin cushions, anchor and a couple hundred feet of chain and rope, a cooler bench seat, stereo with cd, aux, and radio, and trailer.
Comes with everything you need to take it out ASAP, and all kinds of extras. Basically everything you need to maintain this boat and keep it in incredible condition.
spare 70 hp Evinrude (for parts)
spare windshield (worth a few hundred itself)
spare head gaskets for Johnson
spare fuel line with primer bulb
spare starter motor
spare spark plugs
extra wooden bench seat that rests up against transom
removable cabin door
all kinds of carb cleaner, cylinder cleaner, lower unit grease and hydraulic grease
couple cans of marine varnish for wood finish
The only reason I am even considering selling is because I just purchased another boat which is an upgrade. Posting it for $4000, but feel free to come take a look and make an offer. The boat is currently in Santa Ynez, however I can have it in SB whenever for lookers
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers