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PHOTO - 1. (Above) A small peek into the major restoration of a twin engine 27 Commander!!
PHOTO - 2. (Above) Mark upgrades a fabulous 35 Sports Express !!
PHOTO - 3. (Above) Greg upgrades a fabulous 42 Tournament Fisherman !!
PHOTO - 4. (Above) Pierre shows how it's supposed to be done, restoring a 23 Lancer !!
PHOTO - 5. (Above) Self contained with coil, this unit gives enough spark to increase plug gap 2x !!
PHOTO - 6. (Above) Jeff Schiro scores a new 55-foot Commander !!
PHOTO OF THE DAY ! ABOVE LEFT !
PHOTO OF THE DAY EDITORIAL:
It's not too often we see another 20-foot Sea Skiff showing up, but Cary S has just acquired Skiff #34 of 80 built. Since your forum host has #39 I am particularly interested in this boat because it was on the shop floor in Cortland, NY at the same time mine was. The boat looks to be in very good restorable condition, has the larger 327F motor, true inboard, and is destined for full restoration. Since this is the very first photo we have on this boat and the info is just now coming in, and since the boat has not even reached its new home yet, the link being referenced today when you click on the image or link below will take you to my own restoration thread of boat #39. These boats are significant because they were built under the same roof as the 19 and 23 Commanders, and they represent some of the very early fiberglass boats coming from Chris-Craft after they acquired Thompson Boat Company of New York. As more info becomes available, we'll share it here on The Forum.
The full restoration of a 1966 20-foot fiberglass Sea Skiff !!
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