Ahead of the Curve! Where's the vintage boat world headed? Boats like these are starting to show up on the show circuit, particularly around the St Clair River in Michigan (think Algonac). This Commander has been meticulously, and I mean meticulously, restored by a very knowledgeable owner, who's also a marine industry manufacturer and supplier based here in the twin cities. He knows what he's doing, and has a very good eye for where to update and where to restore original. Everything, and I mean everything has been addressed. Note the restored original binnacle in the lower helm station, and the updated instruments on the fly bridge. Note the current Chris-Craft upholstery. nice touch. Original Chrysler 318's have been rebuilt, with re-ground camshafts, hardened valve seats, new exhaust manifolds, electronic ignitions, rebuilt Velvet Drives, Lasdrop shaft seals, new shafts, cutlass bearings, two sets of props, Sea Star hydraulic steering, Tech Marine electronic shift and throttle, and on and on. Similar attention paid to on-board systems, a full list of updates/upgrades is available. Wonderful attention to canvas work. This is a boat that provides the vintage look, but can be used regularly with the expectation of modern reliability.
Priced at $165,000.
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