1969 Chris Craft Commander. Beautiful condition. Just spent 7000 rebuilding engine. Always stored in heated indoors over winter. Boat has never been in salt water. The engine numbers match the haul. The boat is Sandusky at craft marine.

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Do you have any pics?

What are you asking for her?

Is the boat in the water now?

There are some pics.
Asking 15000.
Boat is not in the water

Would like to see some pictuers engines and interior ,thank you

Is this boat still for sale?

Is it still inside in Sandusky?

I’m in the midst of obtaining my canadian passport so I can come and look at these boats. I am in the market for a 38 Commander.

I looked at that boat about a year ago. Inside cold storage at Craft Marine. The nice ladies that run the office could probably confirm if it is still there.

You looked at it?

What did you think of it?
Too big of a project for me. One engine was out of the boat on a pallet

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