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"Thanks Nat..but that thing has been for sale for over a year, and there is moss grow…"

Jen Orosan replied Oct 1, 2018 to WTB: Commander 27 in good shape

7 Oct 1, 2018
Reply by Jen Orosan

"Tony, thank you, but I am looking for the 'old school' commanders built in the late…"

Jen Orosan replied Oct 1, 2018 to WTB: Commander 27 in good shape

7 Oct 1, 2018
Reply by Jen Orosan

"Tony, thank you. I see larger Commanders on Jax CL, but not a 27. Am I missing somet…"

Jen Orosan replied Oct 1, 2018 to WTB: Commander 27 in good shape

7 Oct 1, 2018
Reply by Jen Orosan

"For what it's worth, I spend a lot of time on the website 'The Hull Truth' which is…"

Jen Orosan replied Jul 16, 2018 to Time to make a decision about power

24 Jul 25, 2018
Reply by Jim Frens

"Well it was a nice ride to Vermont but the boat was an absolute mess. If someone wan…"

Jen Orosan replied Jul 14, 2018 to Commander 27 in Vermont...anyone laid eyes on it?

7 Jul 16, 2018
Reply by Jim Frens

"Thanks Jim. Hmm, I am now faced with an interesting dilemma. I have 2 Commanders and…"

Jen Orosan replied Jul 12, 2018 to Commander 27 in Vermont...anyone laid eyes on it?

7 Jul 16, 2018
Reply by Jim Frens

"Mike, can you provide the typical speed and fuel consumption numbers? Also, more inf…"

Jen Orosan replied May 27, 2018 to 1966 27' Chris-craft Commander for sale, $12,000 (SOLD)

4 May 29, 2018
Reply by Michael McGuinness

"Thanks all...it looks like the seller has taken her off the market...so I'm off to a…"

Jen Orosan replied Apr 2, 2018 to Repower of a single screw Commander 27: Options?

27 Apr 2, 2018
Reply by Jen Orosan

"Happy Passter everyone! @Glenn, I love the Express (reminds me of my 2nd favorite Ly…"

Jen Orosan replied Apr 1, 2018 to Repower of a single screw Commander 27: Options?

27 Apr 2, 2018
Reply by Jen Orosan

"Hi all, thank you for the advice. Another question....are these boats pure glass in…"

Jen Orosan replied Mar 31, 2018 to Repower of a single screw Commander 27: Options?

27 Apr 2, 2018
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