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ZF Hurth 63A 2.0 to 1 for sale

ZF 63A 2:1 ratio. Used, not locked up, front seal shows evidence of leaking. Certainly rebuildable, maybe usable with seals? $350 plus shipping, CCC members pay less. Or trade for Paragon P34R. Open…Continue

Started Mar 8

Rear seal Paragon P34
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I understand it might be possible to replace the rear seal on my Paragon P34 in the boat? I have a1970 sport cruiser 35.  Is this true? How would that be done?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robin Cobb on Monday.

Original Chris Craft Parson's table and stools

If you refer to the floor plans of the 69-72  35 S/C, 42 S/C and Commander you'll see a Parsons (flip top) table and two matching stools in the fake wood grain white Formica stuff. I have those in…Continue

Started Mar 7

Raw water pump priming
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Is it necessary to prime the raw water pump before starting the engine if it's been on the hard for a year?  327Q with a closed cooling system.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robin Cobb Mar 7.


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35' SportsCruiser
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Chris Craft 327Q
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At 8:09am on March 1, 2018, Kevin McKinnon said…

Robin, careful moving that in any type of tight quarters with only one engine. Underway the boat rudders will give you some steerage but with little or no headway or proceding in reverse you may find yourself unable to get it pointed where you want to go. If you have an inflatable with a decent size outboard at the ready that can be a lifesaver. Also make sure you wrench off the shaft or remove the prop of the non-running engine so it does not spin. The transmission gets no cooling or lubrication without the engine turning the oil pump so even at slow speeds you can burn out a gear quickly

At 8:38pm on February 21, 2018, Robin Cobb said…
New member. 1970 Chris Craft Commander Sports Cruiser 327Q.
Currently on the hard getting it ready to splash it for the journey to my home port. Will move it on one engine. Then begins the rebuild on the port engine and a remodel.

Club News

New Executive Committee

The results of the executive committee election are now in. As from January 1, 2108 the executive committee will have the following members:

  • Chief Commander - Lee Dahlen
  • Treasurer  John Rose, New!
  • Web Master - Pam Sorensen, New!
  • Archivist - Charlene Pike
  • Membership Chair - Matt Cowles
  • PR-Chair --- John Heenan, New!

Read about our new executive committee here. 


Photo Contest Winners

This year's CCCC Photo Contest saw a record number of participating photos. The winners of the of the top three positions are:

  1. James Frens with the photo of his 27 Commander, displayed to the left.
  2. Kevin R Mueller with a photo of his 42 Commander
  3. Greg Kay with a photo of his  42 Tournament fisherman.

Here is a slideshow featuring the top 10 photos.


New Issue Available

The Fall 2017 issue of the Commander Club's newsletter, Styled In Fiberglass, is now available for download.  

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