where would the hull numbers be located on a 47 commander?

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Hi Terry!

Welcome to the Chris Craft Commander Club.  You can find out about hull number locations in the Library Files section under Hull Numbers  http://commanderclub.com/page/files-f-j

Check the Demystifying Hull Numbers article first. 

On our 47 (1970) the hull numbers were carved into the port engine stringer, right around mid engine on the engine stringer closest to the keel (the inboard one). No guarantees however, CC did things different from day to day ---- but I'll still bet you find them in the engine room.

On my 38 the hull numbers are everywhere. Every piece of wood that was big enough has the number stamped on the back side. Even the galley drawers have a partial number.

thanks i'll look tomorrow .. i do believe iv'e seen them

 

Dick Morland said:

On our 47 (1970) the hull numbers were carved into the port engine stringer, right around mid engine on the engine stringer closest to the keel (the inboard one). No guarantees however, CC did things different from day to day ---- but I'll still bet you find them in the engine room.

I took some pictures from my 38 of the hull numbers, Sample locations and styles of marking.

Not sure if it helps, but on my 35, after a TON of searching, it was right there on the back of the panel for the fuses under the helm! Sure as anything, once I got the build card from the Mariner's Museum, it said that's where the hull number should have been! Good luck - it's around there somewhere!

 bonjour ,merci beaucoup c est ce qu il me fallait .

hello, thank you very much c is that I needed.



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bonjour , merci pour votre aide precieuse 

hello, thank you for your valuable help

 

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