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This is a 1969 Commander 35'.

Twin  350 gas engines.  Port engine runs well.  Starboard engine does not run( center two plugs on starboard side need to be bored out and replaced. engine turns over).   Westerbeke Generator (does not currently run, this is my next project)   Marine AC works great.   

Interior is fairly original and in decent shape.  Took out the V berth cushions to replace and were stolen!  Sofa folds into bunk beds.     Bimini top over cockpit needs to be replaced, but frame is in great shape. 

GPS, Sounder, VHF.

Boat was hauled out 3-4 years ago.  Complete bottom job.  Most all belts and hoses were changed as well.  

Recently putted on one engine at 6 kts to move boat to a marina closer to home.  Trip was 6 hours, no issues at all with port engine.

This boat is a bit of a project boat, but unfortunately due to health issues and time constraints I need to let it go.

Asking 13,000 OBO

Boat is located in Slidell, LA.

Please email bonfoucamarina@gmail.com


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What is the hull number on that boat?  

Good question, because mahogany interior suggests it is a 1968, not 1969? 

Odyssey said:

What is the hull number on that boat?  

If I’m not mistaken, ‘69 was the transition year. Simply by the way CC made these, some sold in 69 would have been built in 68.
According to the registration it is a 69. I have some of the original literature and will do some research. Also will try to see if I can find a hull number. Price is very negotiable. Someone told me to throw out that number.

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