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Successful Anniversary Rendezvous at Huron

The Rendezvous at Huron 1-3 August turned out to be a huge sucess. This year's event also marked the peak of the 15-year anniversary for the Comnander Club as well as the 50-year anniversary of the first fiberglass Commander.

Check out photos from the event here and here are stories from some of those that were there

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Club Anniversary

The Commander Club Turns 15, Commanders Turn 50

Fifteen years ago a handful of Commander owners found each other on the net and started an e-mail list to share ideas. Others quickly joined and the idea of forming  virtual boat club took shape. Today, the Chris Craft Commander Club is bigger, better and healthier than ever before with 1300 members from all parts of the globe.

As we pass this important milestone it seems right to highlight the people who made it all possible, the guys and gals who spent tons of time on the club, as founders, as contributors, event organizers and committee members. Take your time to review who these Commander "nuts" are and what they have done for our club in our Hall of Fame section.

This year it is also 50 years since the first fiberglass Commander, the 38' was introduced at the New York Boat Show.

Among the celebrations this year will be the biggest Commander Club Rendezvous ever and prestigious anniversary photo book. Stay tuned for more!

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As of today we have launched a new Classifieds section that will replace the old one and hopefully be much more user friendly and certainly much more reliable.

 Read all about it here.

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Member Spotlight: Huntley

The 38' Commander was Chris-Craft's inaugural fiberglass cruiser. Bryan and Julie Huntley are owners of one of the very first ones, and it could possibly be the oldest fiberglass Commander in the club.Read Dick Morland's story about the Huntleys here and find out if this also is the only Commander with a pizza stove onboard!

For more stories about our members click here.

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Fired up the old boys

Starboard engine was purring like a kitten. From around 2000rpm to idle around 700rpm.…Continue

Started by Steve in DISCUSSION FORUM 2 hours ago.

Convert mechanical tacks to electric 3 Replies

I was wondering if anyone had their mechanical tachs converted to electric. Basically I would like to use the face/housing of my current tachs and have new guts put in them. I think my current tachs are not long for this world as particularly the…Continue

Started by Mike H in DISCUSSION FORUM. Last reply by Mike H 2 hours ago.

1964 chris craft commander 38' for sale

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/boa/4730214781.htmlWe are selling our beloved 1964 Chris-Craft Commander Express Cruiser 38' as we don't use it enough with small…Continue

Tags: express, 38, san francisco bay

Started by massimiliano boldrini in CLASSIFIEDS yesterday.

427 Oil Cap? 6 Replies

Which oil cap is correct for our 427s?  I have a largely original 1967 42 Commander, and each of my 427s have a different type of oil cap.  One is a closed (non-vented), chrome cap, and the other is a taller (painted), vented cap.  I would like to…Continue

Started by Kevin Mueller in DISCUSSION FORUM. Last reply by Kevin Mueller 15 hours ago.

35' Chris Craft Commander SF -$14,000 For Sale

#5' Classic Chris Craft Sportfish. Freshwater cooled engine with Keel Coolers. Upper and lower stations. Priced to sell. Owner moving up. Many updated custom features. Mint Condition.Location : Glen Cove New YorkContact info- Keith 516-672-9946Continue

Tags: New York, Sport Fish, 35

Started by Keith Deveau in CLASSIFIEDS on Thursday.

distributor rotation RH vs LH 7 Replies

Here's a question for the tech gurus: the Chris Craft Q motor parts list shows only one part number YL566AV for the distributor. Presumably this applies to both RH and LH motors. So how does the advance mechanism work when the distributor is turning…Continue

Started by Jim Frens in DISCUSSION FORUM. Last reply by Mike H on Thursday.

2015 Regional Rendezvous - Volunteers Wanted 2 Replies

Regional Rendezvous for 2015 Commander Club members, have you been:Yearning for a little fix for Commander-itis?Want to meet other Commander owners in your area?Wanting to try a great idea for a Commander gathering on or off the water? If you…Continue

Started by Charlene Pike in DISCUSSION FORUM. Last reply by Wayne Roworth yesterday.

1984 333 Engine Room Light

I have a 333 commander and wondering where the engine room light was located. What I thought was the wires turned out to be the holding than indicator wires (I thing). I know it had a light because the panel has a switch for it. Thanks Bill Frapolly…Continue

Started by bill frapolly in DISCUSSION FORUM on Wednesday.

Exhaust Elbow? 2 Replies

HiI used to race cars and could fix stuff but have forgotten alot of the engine parts now. Anyways, I have what looks to be an "exhaust elbow" off the port engine, outboard/aft side of the block, outboard hose comes off of it. I ran the engines the…Continue

Started by Doug Buell in DISCUSSION FORUM. Last reply by Quentin 16 hours ago.

1979 CC Commander 410 for sale

Year 1979Home port Catfish Bay, Lake Texoma, OKDescription dcmy  Commander 410Phone 580 364 4894 or 903 271 7849Mail AtokaPrice 59000Continue

Tags: Oklahoma, 410

Started by Ricky Jones in CLASSIFIEDS on Tuesday.

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