Hi, 

I wonder how many 42 DC is still alive, and if there is a data about the number of soft top ones and hardtop ones out of 191 hulls built. 

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Hi Scott,

I am interested in your boat. Actually i will prefer yours if possible, because its original. I will wait for your photos, but if you find another buyer please let me know.

regards

In case you are interested, Scott Pullin is selling his 1967 Commander 42 as well. If you are interested I can try to get some additional information on it. At least we know the window tracks have been replaced! :-)

NICE.....stained mahogany interior right

Hello Steve,

Nice looking boat, I wish I was rich enough to buy every single one. Will you please send me more details. You can reach me by eogulmus@gmail.com 

Thank you.

Steve said:

In case you are interested, Scott Pullin is selling his 1967 Commander 42 as well. If you are interested I can try to get some additional information on it. At least we know the window tracks have been replaced! :-)

I was told more information will be available this weekend. I'll post it when I see it.

If the toe rail is thick with square edges BUY this boat TODAY and ship it to Europe now! Hate to worn out teak laminate . Look at Chris Orphal's  67 !!!!!



Egemen Ogulmus said:

Hi Scott,

I am interested in your boat. Actually i will prefer yours if possible, because its original. I will wait for your photos, but if you find another buyer please let me know.

regards

Boat is for sale. Not used to using this PC at home yet, new to me!

I'll see if I can load some details. If not, send me your e-mail.

Thanks


 Scott A. Pullin said:



Egemen Ogulmus said:

Hi Scott,

I am interested in your boat. Actually i will prefer yours if possible, because its original. I will wait for your photos, but if you find another buyer please let me know.

regards

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Best contact at this time is through spullin@gulfstreamcoach.com,



Scott A. Pullin said:

Boat is for sale. Not used to using this PC at home yet, new to me!

I'll see if I can load some details. If not, send me your e-mail.

Thanks


 Scott A. Pullin said:



Egemen Ogulmus said:

Hi Scott,

I am interested in your boat. Actually i will prefer yours if possible, because its original. I will wait for your photos, but if you find another buyer please let me know.

regards

I did contact the Mariners Museum upon your advice, but they are having some updates in their storage systems and they will finish it probably late June. But they did send me a data card on Commander 42 DC indicating they are sold with optional twin gm diesel 8V53, now i wonder if there are any sold with diesels originally. Did anyone heard of one ever before. 

Chris Orphal said:

No exact numbers, but the hard tops were more of a rare bird... Perhaps the Mariner's Museum could help with such a request - they have all of the manufacturing information for CC.

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There were quite a few sold with the Detroit Diesels... not sure of the exact number of them though.  My understanding is that they were a very heavy engine.  There are several 42 diesel owners out there that would have a lot better insight on them... my 42 is a gas, so I can't really comment on them as far as up keep, performance, parts availability, etc... 

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