From the Owner

The 26′ chris craft from the 20’s to the early 30’s, was the worlds finest and fastest production runabout boat. This one, a more refined 1930, is considered the best of the 26′ line, with it’s upswept decks and well appointed hardware, dash instruments,  and accessories, all with a price tag of $4750.oo, a tidy sum in 1930.   “3 WISHES”, is powered with the reliable  677 C.I.  SCRIPPS model 202 engine, with speed to 45 mph, and has comfortable seating for 10. It also has a rare original Kroh  folding convertible top. “3 WISHES” was lovingly and meticulously restored by Clay and Patty Thompson in 2006

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Specifications

Year:

1930

Make:

chris craft

Model:

MODEL 111

Hull:

Wood

Length:

26'

Beam:

7'

Builder:

Builder Location:

Engine

Year:

1930

Manufacturer:

scripps

Model:

202

Cylinders:

6

Speed:

45 mph
General Information

Boat Name:

3 WISHES

Home Port:

Altus, OK

Owner:

Clay & Patty Thompson
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A perfect 26′ triple cockpit – probably the best designed Chris-Craft ever made. I have the Cadet model 200 being 20′ in length & enjoy every minute being aboard – but wishing it was the 26′ model.

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