This model doesn't show up in the clubs model list. Is it a true commander?  

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Well it's definitely interesting. I'd love to have it. That would definitely be a nice party deck for sure!

Yeah. We've determined that it is a sports express without the flybridge. The angle of the photos make the cockpit look more forward than it actually is. Apparently its been for sale for a few years now.

I had the 1968 Sports Express 31' and I loved it. Mine had the flybridge. The back deck is huge. You can fit a 6' picnic table back there with room to move. I love my 35' Express, but I wish it had the back deck of the 31'.

Doug, if you had the 35 Express, FXA35xxxx you'd  have  the aft deck.  FDA,s have other  virtues.

My 32 Luhrs was similar to the 31 express, huge aft deck. down side was a tight V-birth. Great fishing boat, a little cramped sleeping on. 

Hey Tim,

I understand but I like the flush deck version of the FDA not the Salon style of the FXA. In fact I bought FDA350001H (Mike Watson's "Original Six") and love it! Just wish the back deck was longer...

Timothy "Tim" Miller said:

Doug, if you had the 35 Express, FXA35xxxx you'd  have  the aft deck.  FDA,s have other  virtues.

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