Michael G Shoemaker
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  • Roseville, CA
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transmission "bands"???
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Has anyone heard of bands needing adjustment on the transmission for a late 60's Commander with original 427's?  The current owner has described the situation as the transmission "popping out of gear…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Al Edwards Jul 8, 2018.

1968 38' Chris Craft Commander Sedan with flybridge for sale
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1968 38' Chris Craft Commander Sedan with flybridge, twin427s, good compression, electronic ignition, electric fuel pump, spare shaft and props. Lots of extras. A well kept example of an unmodified…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vince Balluff Jan 15, 2017.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
38' Commander
Boat Year
1968
Boat Name
Sandcastle
Engines
Chris Craft 427
Home Port
South Florida
City
ROSEVILLE
State
California
Phone Number
9168628905

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At 4:29pm on March 30, 2015, Doug Buell said…

No I have not, but I did look at this boat online when it was for sale a few years ago. I actually have the pics for screen savers along with others from online. I looked at mine at the same time, saw it was up for sale last Spring and bought mine last summer out of Lake St. Clair, MI. I think yours was out of a port at the bottom of Lake Michigan, correct? Maybe I am thinking of another one there, but I recognize the name and colors.

At 4:23pm on March 30, 2015, Doug Buell said…

Hi, just saw this and not sure if I replied way back. Sorry about that. I am fresh water cooled. Boat has not been in Salt water.

At 9:21am on November 13, 2014, David McLean said…

Hi Mike,

Mine's raw water cooled. Good Luck on your quest for a closed system! I'd be interested to know how that works.

Dave

 
 
 

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