1964 CC 38' Commander, hull # 32, twin Ford 427 engines.
I have spent ten years doing all of the work that was possible but now it is time to move on. Email me at email@example.com for more information, service records and pictures.
The short answer is that I don’t really know yet. I know that I will never get anywhere near what I put into it and really never expected to. With the exception of having one of the engines rebuilt (I did take it out and put it back in), and having the props and shafts done, I have done all of the work myself. Includes full canvas, two bridge cove
rs (the full enclosure in the picture and a low cover) and full winter cover. Essentially I modernized it as much as possible without changing the look and feel of it. There are still some things to do but it is a short list.
The prices for these are all over from five to fifty-thousand. I think somewhere right in the middle is fair to both parties, but even that may not be achievable. The boat is in New York City.
I welcome your thoughts.
Thanks for the interest. It is the same dilemma that I face, but I have decide (urged on by my wife, of course) that the rest of the family would enjoy some more modern amenities and a little more room. That said, it really is a wonderful vessel and I will miss it.
If the boat is still available, please let me know and send some pictures. Roger Thompson 615-202-8393 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you
I, also, would like to see some recent pictures. My email is email@example.com.