SOLD 1967 Chris Craft Commander 42' loaded with new Electronics $29,900

Health issues are leading us to sell our Commander located in South Haven, Michigan.  

Purchased Fall, 2016, upgrades include Garmin GPsMap 7612xsv, Garmin GR51M-THP Transducer (pair), Garmin Panoptix Forward Transducer,  Garmin GMR 24 xHD Radome, all new batteries, Fix mounted VHF Radio, and TV/DVD combo.

The boat is in very good condition.  We just completed a cruise from South Haven to Leland, Michigan without incident.  The boat could not have handled better.

The salon has been completely renovated and is roomy and spectacular to look at with all new teak and holly floors, mahogany custom bench style seating with comfortable and stylish cushions and matching custom blinds.  The galley has a full refrigerator, juice bar, electric stove and 3 way oven.

Even the stanchions are re-chromed. 

Newer full canvas can completely enclose you for chilly days or be removed in sections for as little or as much cover as desired.

Additionals: autopilot, vacuum flush heads, 4 fenders in baskets, windlass, dinghy davits, trim tabs, swim platform, ladders, up to date safety equipment.

The boat is in the water at South Haven Municipal Marina until around October 15, then stored in doors.

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Sue Brant said:


Hi Sue, a couple of questions: Do you have any interior shots? Also, any details about the engines (type, hours and photos)?


Hi, Greg. Great questions. Other than the few photo's posted, mostly of the salon, I don't have interior photo's but plan to be at the boat Sunday and will take some then. Sorry for the delay. The engines are 427 Ford's. Will get photo and hours Sunday also. Thanks!

Hi Sue, I sent you a Friend Request yesterday so we could discuss off-line. Looking forward to hearing from you... Greg

Hi, Greg.  I accepted your request yesterday.  Did I do something wrong?  Thanks.  Also, attached are photos I got from my father-in-law.

Greg Beardmore said:

Hi Sue, I sent you a Friend Request yesterday so we could discuss off-line. Looking forward to hearing from you... Greg


Engine, generator, v-berth


I guess I wasn't notified, you did it right! I'll send a PM (private message) later. Thank you!! :)

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Engine, generator, v-berth

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