Phil Davis
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Lancer Spray Rail cap

I would like to make one last pass at looking for just one spray rail end cap for my lancer.  If I can't find one i will have to remove it from the sidea.  I like the look of it and hate to do it but…Continue

Started Sep 21, 2018

Chris Craft Script
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Does anyone know where i can get a couple of the 26" chrome Chris Craft scripts?  I need them for the side of my Lancer.  It had stickers and I am hoping to avoid the chrome plastic ones if I can. …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward "Ed" STONE Sep 22, 2018.

Lancer wiring
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Anyone have a wiring chart for a lancer 23 inboard? Mariners museum is closed and I want to start on my wiring harness. Colors and gage at least would be great. Oh it's a 1972 by the way.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy "Tim" Miller Jan 16, 2017.

Windshield glass

I am in need of the front glass for my 72 Lancer 23'. I spent the last few days reaching out to all the Glass companies offering bent glass that I could find. There is no one that will take on…Continue

Started Jul 17, 2015


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Which Commander model do you presently own?
Do not own a Commander
Boat Year
Boat Name
"To be determined"
Hull Number
ORA 23 0101V
Chris Craft 350Q
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Fort Myers
Fort Myers
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Vicki Davis

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At 5:11pm on November 17, 2015, Sean Costello said…
I mounted them about and inch or two away from the side.
At 1:55pm on November 15, 2015, Sean Costello said…
I got your email regarding trim tabs. They worked well, but I'm not exactly sure if I put them in the right place. I mainly used them to level the side to side for weight compensation.
At 10:30am on October 12, 2013, Mike Watson said…


Send me your email address so we don't have go through the CCCC site.

I did a little research on the manifolds and risers.  Shipping aside here is what I found for new each.

Risers $250 Deflectors and outlets $110

Exhaust logs $225

So if you went all out they would be $1150 plus shipping.

I'm firm on the Q intake at $500.

So for $1000 I'll get them ready to ship on a pallet if that is the best way and you pay the freight cost.  This includes intake, port and stb exhaust, bolts, risers, deflectors and outlets.  All you would need is gaskets.

Risers and logs are freshwater from a '69 35SC and working fine. I can send you a pic of the intake once it is off. 




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We are searching for new faces and new perspectives. Positions start in January 2020 for a two year term.

There are four positions available. Chief Commander, Treasurer, Public Relations Chair and Membership Chair.

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2018 Photo Contest Winner

The 4th Annual Chris-Craft Commander Club Photo Contest had more than 50 entries and selecting the winners was not an easy task. 

First place: submitted by Pat Chaps

Second place: submitted by Martin Krall;

Third place: submitted by Jeff Pacy.

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