1930's Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Wooden Classic Speed Boat Model



Dimension: L: 24 W: 6.75 H: 7 Inches

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This high quality, highly detailed, modern style, power boat model is Brand New, fully assembled and ready for display (not a kit).

The Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Painted model is handcrafted from beautiful wood such as rosewood, mahogany, teak, and along with various other exotic wood. The hull is constructed using a plank on bulkhead method, each strip of exotic wood are carefully joined together to form a smooth hull. This model is completely hand built to spec by skillful and creative master craftsmen; you will be amazed at how real it looks.

The powerboat has black bottom paint, white boot stripe, and a clear varnished coating on the topsides. On the triple cockpit, you will find a variety of beautiful handcrafted chromed brass metal parts such as: front windshield frame, ring gauges, steering wheel, horns, running lights, propeller and much more.

  • 100% hand built from scratch using “plank on bulkhead” construction method
  • Included with this expert level power boat model is a solid wood base
  • Size:  overall length24 " x  7" height x 6.75" width
  • Condition: New (fully assembled)
  • Hundreds of hours where required to finish this model Speed Boat
  • Completed model contains thousands of details created by skillful master craftsmen
  • Made of finest wood like Rosewood, Mahogany, Teak and other exotic tropical wood
  • Chrome and brass fittings and ornaments constitute the excellence of this model
  • Extensive research through original plans and pictures make this model authentic
  • This model went through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop


Founded by Christopher Columbus Smith around the 1920s, Chris Craft Co. still stands as a leader in producing high-powered, luxurious leisure boats.

The quality of his models was tested through competitive speedboat racing, and the Christ Craft superiority rang true as the boats consistently proved victorious. During the era of prohibition, speedboat racing was embraced by gamblers, industrialists, and mobsters. These men readily financed the high-powered designs of craftsman such as Christopher Columbus Smith, John L. Hacker, and George Crouch.

As Smith’s boats started to receive awards such as the coveted Gold Cup of the American Power Boat Association, the Chris Craft name started to become a star among nautical enthusiasts. He continued to thrive in the speedboat competitions and his string of victories further accelerated the explosion of his company’s success.

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