Home port Vermillion, Oh
Description 1964 38’ Commander ready for your restoration! She’s hull number 22. She has newer fuel tanks, poly holding tank, newer mufflers, full barrier coat and paint bottom job, Imron hull sides within 10 years. Her engines are 1996 Marine Power 454s that are removed from the boat and awaiting inspection. The boat is a solid platform for a restoration. The 38’ is a highly desirable classic cruiser. She’s on the hard in Vermilion and can be viewed anytime. The boat can stay where it is for minimal cost.
Phone Chris 440-787-3844
Terry, why are the engines out?
Hi Jim, First let me say I am not selling this boat . I did go to view "Sweet Thing" as i am always on a Commander Mission so to speak. I was familiar with this boat when it was owned by a previous owner from Toledo, Ohio. I believe it was moored in Catawba area most of the time. My understanding on the motors is the boat was repowered in the mid 90's. it originally was a bridge vessel, the owner removed the bridge. the chaseways are visable in the pic's. I do know that the motors are located at Lakeside Marine in Port Clinton / Lakekeside area. If you contact Chris Lehky (440) 787-3844 ... firstname.lastname@example.org. The vessel is located at his shop in Vermillion, He knows the current owner, he can provide you with more complete information. I believe she is a decent boat to rescue... If I wasn't in the middle of a 69 / 35 HT in perpetual restoration and a 65 / 27' I would go for it as you know it is still a Commander Terry Thacker