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1973 Glastron CV-21 in Concord, California $6,950

Boat Details
  • Brand:Glastron
  • Model:CV-21
  • Year:1973
  • Length:21'
  • Price: $6,950
  • ID Number:423836
  • Viewed:123
  • Shown:3250
  • Located in:Concord, California
Specifications
  • Type: High Performance
  • Model: CV-21
  • Length (ft): 21
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine Model: Oldsmobile
  • Stock Number: 11346143F
  • Brand: Glastron
  • Year: 1973
  • Condition: Used
  • Boat Location: Concord, California
  • Status: In Stock

About: 1973 Glastron CV-21

Boat is located in Concord,California.Please contact the owner @ 925-451-0860...Details about boat: $15,000 work and new parts Completely rebuilt olds 455 engine mated to Berkeley Jet with around 60 hours on it Re-upholstered seating New carpeting and new wood flooring in passenger area Re-laminated and repainted engine compartment Engine Modifications: I estimate it puts out 425-450 HP Edelbrock Performer intake manifold Edelbrock aluminum heads Roller rocker arms and stainless steel lifting rods Lunati 31801 cam for good mid-range performance 825 Mighty Demon Carburetor Petronix electronic ignition Other Modifications Monitor Heat Exchanger MFH 5374, this alone $2,000., but now outside water does not enter the engine with its aluminum parts anymore. Engine runs cooler at max rpm. 130 GphHolley Electrical fuel pump High capacity fuel filter The trailer has brand new marine class LED lighting and brand new tires. Berkeley Jet: Fitted larger, A2 size impeller so motor motor doesn't over rev. It does 4,700 rpm at full speed and can cruise at 2,800 rpm all day long. Great for engine life, efficient water skiing and cruising Impeller clearances have been adjusted to insure maximum jet pump efficiency New bearings in jet and just renewed the packing gland Replaced end cap One of a kind classic jet boat.

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