Thomas Allgood

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Oil filter
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ok brain trust at Commander club I got two motor craft FL-1A oil filters for my 1971 427s and the hole threads are to small. Are there two different oil filters for this motors. I threw out the old…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ronald Zick Apr 17.

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Help guys I’m putting back together my carbs for the 427s I cleaned them in the fall and now I don’t remember the ball bearing and weight. I though the ball Gos in and then the weight. And the weight…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Goldstein Apr 11.

Exhaust bellows
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hey guys looking for 4 of the 3 1/2” Exhaust to riser rubber connectors. I can find 4” but not  the 3 1/3” for the 427         Thanks guys Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Goldstein Mar 11.

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hey guys wanted to give you a update on my distributors for the 427s after 6 weeks which was not last Friday but the one before. I called Dave at vanNess to ask if there was something wrong with them…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Goldstein Mar 5.


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Which Commander model do you presently own?
35' Commander
Boat Year
Boat Name
Chris Craft 427
Home Port
Alba mar BC
Phone Number
734 552 3926

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At 8:40am on February 20, 2019, Mike Schrage said…

Yes, I sold the boat back in 2015 and changed gears - literally.  We bought a 42' Grand Banks trawler.  However, I did love our Commander.  We had it for 12 seasons and traveled on it most every summer.  I just got to the point of wanting something more comfortable and reliable for long distance cruising for a couple weeks at a time. Good luck with your windscreen!

At 4:07pm on February 18, 2019, Mike Schrage said…


When I replaced my bridge windscreen on the 35 Commander, I had it fabricated by Allied Plastics in Toledo.  I had mine done 10+ years ago, but it looks like they're still in business.

I took the old one down to them to use as a template for making the new one and was happy with their work.

Another option is Laird Plastics.  They have an operation in Warren, MI on Groesbeck.  I had the windscreen pieces for my current boat cut by them - all the pieces were flat, not shaped like on the Commander. 

From a cost perspective, you're probably better off going with Allied if it's not too inconvenient to travel to them.

Good luck!


At 7:51pm on February 5, 2019, Jeremy Goldstein said…


I bought it in June of 2017 , 

I spent a lot of time buffing the superstructure out.

Since October of 2017 I've been doing a huge amount of restoration work. 

Currently the whole boat is gutted but hope to be done with the major glass work by this coming spring


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