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PHOTO - 1. (Above) The very rare 3-seat 23 Commander !!
PHOTO - 2. (Above) Phil restores a 42 SC to a very high standard !!
PHOTO - 3. (Above) Bryan Huntley moves up from a 38 to a 45 TF !!
PHOTO - 4. (Above) The full restoration of a 23 Commander !!
PHOTO - 5. (Above) The full restoration of a 1966 20-foot fiberglass Sea Skiff !!
PHOTO - 6. (Above) Self contained with coil, this unit gives enough spark to increase plug gap 2x !!
PHOTO OF THE DAY ! ABOVE LEFT !
PHOTO OF THE DAY EDITORIAL:
The 1976-77 30-foot open Chris-Craft Commander Sportsman, is a fabulous classic boat by any standard, new or old. The deep-vee hull design is a direct result of intense offshore racing experimentation and development that began in the late 1950s. This Chris-Craft model is dripping with the provenance of “The Golden Era” of offshore powerboat racing, with sea-keeping capabilities far greater than meets the eye. The boat is essentially a 30-foot open runabout with an 11’-11” beam. With a pair of Chris-Craft 250-hp gas 350-K engines, the 12,300 pound boat will cruise at 22 mph with a top speed of 30-31 mph. “ROVING KIND” is a 1977 Sportsman owned by Don McIntyre, of Port Huron, Michigan. His family has maintained the boat in superb condition for 34 years. Click on the image or the link below for the entire story.
The fabulous 30-foot Commander Sportsman !!
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