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|Posted by mt624 on July 24, 2013 at 10:20 PM||comments (0)|
Here is a beautiful original 1973 Rayson
Craft Day Cruiser. It has a 460 Ford, a Paragon transmission, a Casale
C-500 v-drive with 15% overdrive gears, and electric cavitation plate.
The motor runs excellent. This is an exceptionally clean original boat.
The upholstery shows very little wear and the gel-coat is excellent. The
trailer is sound and the tires are in good shape. For further details,
please contact Rick at 978-827-6524. Asking $10,000 or best offer
|Posted by mt624 on May 29, 2013 at 11:05 PM||comments (2)|
I am a 69 year old man who absolutely loves boats. When I was a teen, I built my first boat in my senior year of high school woodshop. It was a Glen El Swift design. I took a metal shop class and built a custom fit trailer for it. I bought a broken 50 horse motor for it & with the help of my father got it running top notch. INSTANT WATER SKIING! When I got out of the Air Force I bought a Rayson Craft 16 ft. with an 80 horse Merc (all brand new) I really loved that boat. It was black with, with silver metal flake trim. For years ; I enjoyed that boat & became one hell of a slolenm water skiier. Back in the sixties, we used to take our Obrian or Connely skiis and put a smaller skeg on them and go skiing on mount hood (Hence snow boards). I'm retired now and I live where there's a ton of lakes and water and:damm it:I want another Rayson Craft and I want to water ski again,.(my ex-wife hated boats and water and cost me my boat and my passion) She left me for another guy 22 years ago & I want to get back on the water on a ski. I'm trying to find a deal on a 16 ft. Rayson Craft to put behind my now passed fathers mint 1973 Ford pickup and go water skiing again! By the way; anybody knowing the wherabouts of a connelly, tunnel bottom, wood inlaid ski please; let me Know!!!
|Posted by mt624 on March 22, 2012 at 12:30 AM||comments (1)|
16 foot outboard lake ready. 115 hp. Merc. single axle trailer. Comes with a towable boat cover, and all lake hardware: anchor, oar, vests, ski tow and a couple extra props. Asking 5500.00
Brad Skeen 480 710.5620 please leave message.
|Posted by mt624 on July 18, 2011 at 10:48 AM||comments (2)|
Nice 16' outboard project that needs seats, steering wheel and trailer work. Boat is located in CT, trailer is not roadworthy. Needs engine, steering wheel and seats to complete. Asking $1100. Contact Chris Mattoon at Berkshire Wooden Boat for more information and owner contact information @ 413-684-1650
|Posted by mt624 on April 21, 2011 at 9:50 PM||comments (11)|
I've heard of these but never seen one until now. Needs work but this is a very rare Rayson-Craft.
Ad got deleted, did it sell???
|Posted by mt624 on August 31, 2010 at 10:43 PM||comments (1)|
1962 18' Rayson Craft #3 THE COLLECTOR
Marathon race boat. 2nd in the Lake Elsinore CA 1970 500 mi enduro. I built the original wood deck and can build a new one. Much of the original custom hardware is included. Installation was originally done by Joe Teissler. I have pictures of the original installation. This boat needs a complete restoration
Boat is in SO CAL
|Posted by mt624 on August 31, 2010 at 10:28 PM||comments (0)|
1960s 16' Rayson Craft v-drive built in the outboard hull mold. This bottom has more V than the 16- v-drive model. This boat was built as a v-drive, with full stringers and originally had a FE Ford. Much of the hardward is available.
This boat is in SO CAL