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The summer of improvements....
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Well I haven’t used my boat this year but a handful of times. Summer is coming to an end here is the Pacific NW and she is back on the water and under cover.Almalu was in my mechanic’ shop for about…Continue

Tags: stain, refinish, tabs, trim, wood

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Krause on Thursday.

Plagued with bottom paint/dissimilar metals/halo effect problems again
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Howdy Commanders. I’ve pulled my little gal out to have her trim tabs repaired. In the years I’ve owned her they have never worked. It wasn’t a priority for me because I didn’t know better. Upon some…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy "Tim" Miller Aug 29, 2018.

27' foot Commander-access to water pumps/front of motor via the cabin?
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Hello Commanders! I'm looking for some help. There is a panel screwed into the bulkhead under the steps leading down to the cabin that would seem to grant access to the front of the engine, where the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Frens Jul 21, 2015.

Oh no! Wood damage
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Came down to my boat today to find that the battery in this old brass clock screwed to the galley had gone bad and leaked acid onto the wall, spoiling the wood. This was pristine before! Agh. Any…Continue

Tags: wood damage

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Krause Apr 27, 2015.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
27' Commander
Boat Year
1966
Boat Name
Almalu
Hull Number
FXA272026H
Engines
Chris Craft 327F
Home Port
Olympia, WA
City
Olympia
State
Washington
Phone Number
3602800509

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At 9:04pm on December 20, 2016, Eddie Clark said…

Missy, I'd like  to see  some  pictures of your  boat  if  you  have  any, I've  got a  1966 27  that  I've had disassembled for 16  years  that  I'm back to  trying  to redo  thru out and  a   few  things missing ,  lost  etc  thru  the  years  trying  to  figure  out what goes where etc  , Real  test  of  patience  lol,  thanks  in advance

 
 
 

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