Kevin Mueller
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  • Tucumcari, NM
  • United States

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Kevin Mueller's Discussions

Clear Lenses Done, Now a Screw Missing
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Has anyone found a source for the clear lenses for various exterior lights of our Commanders?  I'm looking for the lens for my transom light, white nav light (on the mast), and masthead (anchor)…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Mueller Aug 19, 2017.

Toe Rail
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Hello,I'm looking for a source for the screws (bronze?) and teak plugs used for the toe rails on Commanders like our 42.  I need to replace some. As always, your help is appreciated!Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Byron Smith Apr 19, 2017.

Fuel in Exhaust?
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On one of my engines (1967 427, port side), I have noticed what looks to be fuel out the exhaust at very low (idle) speed. I can't tell for sure, but it looks more like fuel than oil to me.  Just a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dick Morland May 1, 2016.

427 Fuel Filters?
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I'm looking to replace the fuel filters on my 427s.  My Commander is a 1967 42 Aft Cabin. Anybody know a part number and where I can find them?  I've looked in the files and couldn't find anything…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sterling Shriber Feb 24, 2016.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
42' Commander
Boat Year
1967
Boat Name
Gettin' our Kicks
Hull Number
FBA-42-18-H
Engines
Chris Craft 427
Home Port
Willow Grove Marina, Dale Hollow Lake, Tennessee
City
Tucumcari
State
New Mexico
Phone Number
517-518-4432
Spouse's full name
Nancy Mueller

Nancy and I are very excited to join the Chris Craft family!

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At 7:41pm on December 2, 2015,
Chief Commander
Lee H Dahlen
said…

Only April is a busy month for dewinterizing. Other than that all clear. Email me direct at glassicboats@gmail.com or Call/Text 704-287-3914

At 10:45am on September 7, 2015, Lawrence Quinn said…

Thanks Kevin.

We are really enjoying her, and I will post some pictures when I get a chance. I am looking forward to checking out this site more after the summer.  

After I was in contract for Stardust, I was looking through the computer for photos of my Constellation to give to broker, and I came across a pic of a 60 Commander that had saved 10 years ago that I had labeled "classic Commander".  After a closer glance, I realized it was Stardust.  

Lawrence

At 10:27am on June 25, 2015, Fred Calvo said…

Kevin, went through your pictures in order from oldest to newest, like the way they tell the story. What I really enjoyed were the pictures of your grandfathers boat. Made me think about my own dad taking me out on his friends boat whenever he could. Good times.........thanks for the memory.

At 11:36am on June 23, 2015, Fred Calvo said…

Thanks Kevin. Sometimes it's not about the ride but the quality of life these boats give us.

At 12:21am on April 27, 2015, Roy Diggle said…

I appreciate your comment. There is something about a Commander when its all waxed and shined.

Roy Diggle (Jax'nDiggs...too)

At 10:51pm on December 5, 2014, Mark Stackhouse said…

Thanks Kevin and Nancy we are really looking forward to a great summer

At 4:15am on November 26, 2014, PJ Ruh said…

Beautiful woodwork Kevin !

At 2:39pm on February 2, 2014, Edward t cox said…

Kevin....Just looked at your photos..NOW...I have a boat...you have a ship........year?...operators?.....upgrades?.....with no hardtop...what do they designate this as.....tell me your story...about getting hook...[I am 70]...you are just a kid...[smile]...how lucky you are?.....

At 2:30pm on February 2, 2014, Edward t cox said…

Hi Kevin...35 was bought last year...90% original...void of electronics...new upholstery...new canvas....rudders redone...new carpet...327Q...glass is near perfect...fresh water 3rd owner...love all commanders...but almost stopped looking until I found this one...owner was reluctant to sell...runs great at high RPMS....1969....no pitting on aluminum...dry bilges....will design canvas for sun shading rear area next year......everyone wants to see this boat...220 of them made...left hand drive.....a dream come true.....I am still pinching myself...thank you for the comment...Ed

 
 
 

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