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    VIP Member VIP Member Sonic30ss's Avatar
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    What is a Webbcraft ??

    There is a 1987 30' Webbcraft Concorde for sale near me.
    It seems like it has a pretty broad beam(I didn't measure) Twin 454 w/Alpha drives, Red, definitly needs TLC.
    I've never heard of the Webbcraft name...Anyone
    He is asking $24,500, seems kind of steep.
    Not that I need another 1987 boat to work on

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    I looked at one too back in 1993. It was anew but unsold couple year old model, asking I think around $50k, but I bet I could have gotten it for $30k.) They are a small company in I believe Oklahoma. You see one on boatrader.com every now and again. One was on e-bay a while ago too. The one we looked at was BB/alpha, sheet metal tabs ... fairly low end equipment and rigging in my book.

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    I don't know if they still make the Concord or not but I believe they are still in existance.

    Webbcraft
    13614 N Old Hwy 169
    Collinsville, OK 74021
    918-753-7811

    Here is a link to another Concord for sale

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    i owned a 89 webbcraft equalizer w/502's
    if was actually a pretty fast boat but small for a 28.
    they went out of business in 91 i beleave.

    i had a hard time selling do to being relatively unknown.
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    Pretty sure Webbcraft is out of business. They were built by a man named Bill Webb. At one time he built the largest open bow boats on the market, there are still several concordes on Grand Lake.

    I would think that 24,500 might be a bit much especially with A-drives.

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    A buddy of mine has an '87 with twin smallblocks. They have a 9' beam. His is for sale also, 19k on a trailer.

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    Originally posted by Playn
    I don't know if they still make the Concord or not but I believe they are still in existance.

    Webbcraft
    13614 N Old Hwy 169
    Collinsville, OK 74021
    918-753-7811

    Here is a link to another Concord for sale
    Yes, they are out of business. I grew up in Collinsville, OK. There are parts, props, and what not all over the place there. Actually, I was home there a couple of weeks ago and my brother-in-law came in with a prop. He wondered if it would fit the Outlaw. Let's just say it would fit a very large boat maybe a cruiser.
    Ask Gordo about it. I played a little trick on him with it.
    Any time spent on the water is time well spent!

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    Webbcraft went out of business because of a "freak" fire that burned down the plant. It was a little peculiar. The boats are all over the place around KS and OK. Mostly smaller runabouts.

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    Webb made a good (small) boat. But the Concords were very heavy and the ride was not very good - for a 30' boat.

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    Well now thats a lot of info,
    thanks
    Cig racer, funny you mention that Caddy emblem, when I first saw it from a distance I said to myself, who the hell put a Caddy emblem on that boat.
    Now I've got another one....
    A guy at my marina has a 1981 39' Chris Craft Scorpion,(damned if it doesn't look like a Cig!) Twin big blocks I couldn't see the drives. He told me "only 11 made and I've got # 9", another one for sale, and looking a little tired, but maybe with a little work.......
    Any history on these????


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