Well, I guess it's not a "Commander", but it is a Chris. Hope you'll forgive the intrusion, but I need to find a home for this 95% complete boat. I have put several years into it, but Arthur has made it almost impossible to finish. Almost all needed parts available w/the boat. This could be done by spring!

1969 Chris Craft Cutlass 22' Cuddy Cabin. Same hull as the center console version, 327 Chevy. Fresh Imron hull, 3" copper exhaust to transom. Former Great Lakes boat, converted to FW cooling, runs GOOD. Tandem trailer incl, fresh tires/brgs, etc. Asking $8,150 but will consider all offers. Boat in Middle River MD, pls call Ron 410-591-3504 (no text)

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These boats are sought after for their great sea keeping abilities and ride.  Chris craft has always been able to make some unique boats.  Good luck with your sale.

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