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Price just reduced
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / Gas/Petrol
- Located In:
- San Diego, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 29,000
Restored and ready! Price reduced to find a new owner who will appreciate this classic beauty.
1959 Glasspar Seafair Sedan…Owned by a Movie Star!!!
With thousands of improvements, she is a restoration masterpiece! This boat is a classic and was previously owned by John Agar. He was mostly known for his films starring alongside John Wayne and as the 1st husband of Shirley Temple. A wave of nostalgia will sweep over you the moment you take her for a ride.
She was showcased in the lobby of the Los Angeles Boat Show! The owner has spent years renovating this classic design and he has spared no expense in perfecting every detail…
Removing the Cabin
Re-glassing the Spars & Bow
Rebuilding the Floor
The Engines were disassembled & rebuilt
Sandblasted & Painted with LP
Powder coated & sprayed with a bed liner material
Primed & painted 5 times with a custom polyurethane
Flawless wood finish
Cable steering replaced with a Hydraulic System
Custom 47 gallon aluminum fuel cell
Hot rod famed craftsman Benny Gonzalez crafted the interior from tweed material with Glasspar logos embroidered in
New Gaffrig II gauges and bezels
Call to schedule a viewing today!
Passenger Capacity: 8
Model: Seafair Sedan
Category: Cuddy Cabins
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Number of Engines: 2
Engine Year: 1958
Engine Make: Johnson
Hours: 267 (78 Engine hours since it was rebuilt)
Make: FE Trailers
Life on the water is great! I will help you find your next perfect boat.
Please call Susan Withrow at 617-513-9135 or Susan@EnsignYachts.com to see this unique antique boat.
Please contact Susan Withrow at 617-513-9135
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
1959 GLASSPAR SEAFAIR SEDAN---ORIGINAL JOHNSON 35Hp ELECTRIC START This boat was completely rebuilt which included removing the cabin, reglassing the spars, the bow and then rebuilding the ﬂoor. The engines were disassembled, sandblasted, painted with LP and rebuilt. The trailer was custom built by FE trailers. It was designed to ﬁt in a one car garage and has many custom features. Most important is the break away tongue, dual axel, quad disc brakes, piggy back receiver to attach second trailer and it's galvanized! All the rubber moldings, glass, stainless window tracks, wireing, screws and fasteners (all screws are stainless oval head) were replaced. Most of the metal parts have been powder coated and the surfaces inside have been sprayed with a bed liner (Line Ex The outside surfaces were primed 5 times and then ultimately painted and sanded 5 times with a custom light grey linear polyurethane (can't be sanded or buffed-has to be perfect) The same is true with the varnish, all the wood is perfect! It was all sprayed with a HVLP system and dried in a dust free booth Most pieces have 30+ coats. The cable steering was replaced with hydraulic and the rear seat sits on a custom aluminium fuel cell (the ski pole is removable) The bilge pump is housed in a custom removable, stainless cage that is in a recessed drop down cavity (so the water doesn't slosh around in the transom) The interior was fabricated from scratch by Benny Gonzalez (hot rod fame) the seat stands are stainless and tied in with the side panels and the rear seat make the boat much stronger. I used a tweed material on the seats with Glasspar logos embroidered in key places. The glove door was fabricated from what was left of the original cabin door it houses the stereo and has the Gasspar logo inlayed twice, inside and out (Birdseye maple) All the gages are the new Gaffrig II gages and bezels and the bimini top is housed in the top of the rear seat when not in use.