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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Quote Originally Posted by "THE ADVOCATE" View Post
    I havnt priced in a while but I helped a friend broker a local one to me a couple of years ago since he was out of state. They were holding above average value then when the economy was weak, so I wouldn't figure they are tanking in value now. E-bay, forums, on-line listings seem to favore the 8-10k range unless you could find one sitting pretty in a barn somewhere. Luckily I will get to anchor next to Rich's CV23 tomorrow at Lake Powell!
    Well if it is indeed in the 8-10k range than I did alright!! Make sure you take some pictures tomorrow! The weather here in the PNW is already starting to turn to fall with lots of rain this week… I think I will Winterize sooner rather than later just to be safe! Already planning my winter projects and next summer’s trips haha

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Saaaaaaweet. Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

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    Saaaaaaweet. Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad89GT View Post
    Wow that's about the nicest CV23 I've seen. Not that I've seen many, but wow! Most seem to have a funky stepped front that, to me, is hideous. I always wondered why they didn't slope it like how yours is. Much nicer!

    Can you post a pic of the cuddy area? I've always wondered what they look like under there.
    Here are some pictures of the Cuddy as asked for. I do have the cover for the light it’s just off now as I am replacing the bulb. Also there is a photo with the curtain from the inside view as well as the outside view. I am 6'1" and while it takes a second to get down there, once there I have plenty of head room and can lay down completely.

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Absolutely beautiful!!
    Had mine out today for a few hours!
    '78 Glastron/Carlson CV23 - 429/Berkeley; '64 Ford Falcon 'vert; '04 Saab 95 Aero
    Bradley GTE Electric; '99 Tahoe, 2000 Big Dog Bulldog

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Is that port seat original? Mine is similar, but has a hidden jump seat which yields more room if it isn't needed.
    '78 Glastron/Carlson CV23 - 429/Berkeley; '64 Ford Falcon 'vert; '04 Saab 95 Aero
    Bradley GTE Electric; '99 Tahoe, 2000 Big Dog Bulldog

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Quote Originally Posted by 429CV23 View Post
    Is that port seat original? Mine is similar, but has a hidden jump seat which yields more room if it isn't needed.
    I was wondering the same thing given pictures that I've seen. I was told it was the original Interior. And the base is all one piece and matches as far as age and design to the rest of the boat. I would venture to say that it is original! I would prefer a jump seat like yours to create more room, although having the extra permanent seat offers more storage underneath.

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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Quote Originally Posted by 429CV23 View Post
    Is that port seat original? Mine is similar, but has a hidden jump seat which yields more room if it isn't needed.
    Just found these brochure pictures so I guess that answers that!
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    Re: 1977 Glastron Carlson CV23

    Awesome! Must have been a change for the 1978 model.
    '78 Glastron/Carlson CV23 - 429/Berkeley; '64 Ford Falcon 'vert; '04 Saab 95 Aero
    Bradley GTE Electric; '99 Tahoe, 2000 Big Dog Bulldog

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