1955 Chris Craft Cobra, "Ventuno"

1955 Chris Craft Cobra, "Ventuno" Here the fin is purely for style. I prefer how the fin is formed from the aft coving on Miss Budwiser compared to how it rises from nothing on this Chris Craft.

The Dutch Walth 1075, sets a new level of high performance boating combined with a distinquished appearance...LLa|Lisa

The Dutch Walth sets a new level of high performance boating combined with a distinquished appearance.

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1955 18’ Chris Craft Cobra No. BR-18-050, the Cobra model was  the first Chris Craft to use any fiberglass in its construction.  The  gold engine hatch and the tail fin are fiberglass. Construction of the  rest of the boat was standard in most Chris Craft boats of the day,  consisting of oak, mahogany framing, and mahogany bottom, side and  deck planking.  The bottom is double planked and sides are seam  battened.  Cobras were only in production for about 9 months, as they  did not sell very…

And now for something completely different: The Chris Craft ‘Cobra’ is an long boat made of oak with mahogany framing and bottom, as well as fiberglass. They were produced for only 9 months of 1955 and then discontinued due to poor sales.

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