Hi Jeff....thanks....it sure is a beauty.....slept on it a few nights ago....it has been completely restored. It's like buying a new 1967! Going out tomorrow in my smaller boat to "learn" the river before she has her maiden voyage.....Wayne
The '69"..is what CC calls a "maintainace free interior"...[smile]...i am not sure the mahogany interior was availible in the later years...the formica is bordered completley in teak....and the formica is muted..[flat finish]...surprisingly is for me ok....there is something to say about a mahogany interior that is 35 plus...years old...that has been taken care of properly...buy one that is high gloss finish and was not done correctly..ouch!....but as always if someone has taken care of the interior and done it correctly...well ......thats the interior you want.....start asking questions about were these boats were sold...look up the old dealerships...and the marinas who take care of these...Lake Minnetonka is were this was sold ...there are multiple "one owners"...up here...two more in know of..Tonka Bay marina has two of them...go into craigslist mn...there is a nice 31 in the Duluth area....$19,000...[very nice]
The 2018 Chris-Craft Commander Club National Rendezvous is in the books and it was a great time!!
The city of Mentor, Ohio and the Lawnfield Inn & Suites were wonderful hosts. A special Thanks to Rob Kneen, the local member sponsor, and Char Pike for the hours of hard work put in organizing and coordinating an amazing weekend.
The Rendezvous Photo Albums can be accessed through the links below, as well as, under Library, Photo Albums. We will continue to add links to other albums as they become available. Also below, you will find links to a couple articles written for the local newspaper.