1981 Mark Twain Boat Co Values, Specs and Prices

Select a 1981 Mark Twain Boat Co Model

Mark Twain Boat Co Note

No longer in production.
(1990 - 1971)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
MARK 160 VBR 16' OUTBD FG 0 0 1300 7'2"
MARK 160 VBR 16' STERN FG 1 120 2200 7'2" Gasoline
MARK 162 T 16' STERN FG 1 120 2100 6'9" Gasoline
MARK 175 VBR 17' OUTBD FG 0 0 1400 7'2"
MARK 175 VBR 17' STERN FG 1 120 2300 7'2" Gasoline
MARK 195 VBR 20' OUTBD FG 0 0 1600 7'10"
MARK 195 VBR 20' STERN FG 1 140 2700 7'10" Gasoline
MARK 210 SFV 21' OUTBD FG 0 0 1700 7'10"
MARK 210 SFV 21' STERN FG 1 140 3000 7'10" Gasoline
MARK 210 VCC 21' STERN FG 1 140 3000 7'10" Gasoline
MARK 240 VCC 24' STERN FG 1 230 4200 8' Gasoline
A boat company founded by World War Two veteran Lee Siebert, the first Mark Twain Boat Company runabouts were built in the mid-1960s. Featuring bow riders and cuddy, Mark Twain Boat Company products were designed for family fun on the lake. Producing vessels powered by outboard as well as inboard marine motors, the larger vessels to be created by Mark Twain Boat Company were 30 feet long. In 1990, Mark Twain Boat Company would end assembly at their manufacturing plant. Since the Mark Twain Boat Company closure, Crownline Boat has taken over the West Frankfort, Illinois production faculty.