1979 Glastron CVZ19 with original since new 1980 Evinrude 175hp motor with 2005 Trail Master single axle galvanized trailer.
This boat is registered with Georgia DNR through March of 2024. I just renewed the trailer tag, also in Georgia, so it's good through March 2022. I have the boat title in hand with no liens. The boat is located in north Macon, Georgia, five minutes from the I-75 - Bass Rd. exit.
The CVZ19 is rare, especially with an outboard and the fiberglass bow cover. I purchased the boat in 2013. The seller told me he was the second owner, that the boat sat on the showroom floor a year, hence the 1980 engine. (the 175hp engine is the maximum allowed for the CVZ19 hull)
This boat has been used mostly in the Macon, Georgia area and all freshwater Georgia lakes.
Three years ago I put in a new floor on top of the original floor, which had developed soft spots. The seats in the photos were recovered by the seller from whom I purchased the boat. Apparently, he used non-marine materials and they may need to be replaced - recovered eventually. Interior is very satisfactory, especially short term.
This classic Glastron is an especially great handling lake boat. It's definitely a conversation starter. It was every place I took it. Most people reference the James Bond movie "Live and Let Die". And Just so you know, I never "jumped" this boat!
The asking price is $4850 and reflective of the floor and seats eventually needing replacing. With the included stainless steel prop, it's a high 40's mph boat. I'm sure with a different prop it would top 50 mph.
I'll meet any interested party and start the motor and shift gears with hose attached, motor flush ears. Although I can't do a lake trial, I welcome a meeting for a thorough inspection.