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1974 Chris Craft Commander

Estimated price for orientation: 8 599 $

Category: Cruisers

Condition: Used Year: 1974
Use: Fresh Water, Salt Water Make: Chris Craft
Engine Type: Twin Inboard/Outboard Model: Commander
Engine Make: detroit diesel Type: Flybridge
Engine Model: 8V71-TI Length (feet): 55
Primary Fuel Type: Diesel Beam (feet): 16.5
Fuel Capacity: 1 - 5 Gallons Hull Material: Fiberglass
For Sale By: Private Seller

Quote " It's me or the Boat" So I present my Chris Craft Commander 55. This has been my project for a year or so. The big picture is that it is a work in progress with a good sound hull and all the things below the water line, that can leak, replaced by the yard. I concentrated on the important stuff and now at the demo stage for the "pretty things". The interior has been removed but that means you can make it your own. Currently at a floating dock marina with great facilities (cheap too, 800/month). So if you're handy or can afford other hands you can pick up where I left off and make a custom yacht of her. If you are not up for a project, or don't have the money, please don't waste your time or mine. Would be a great boat for a "professional in the marine industry" to fix up and flip. Boat is listed locally so I reserve the right to close the Auction at any time.
On May-23-16 at 07:32:47 PDT, seller added the following information:I will try to answer the reoccurring questions; She runs well and is ready to cast off. (would get the bottom cleaned first, but she does have new bottom paint) She has ~380gal of fuel capacity in two tanks. (third tank, under the master bed, was removed during remodel) She needs portable horn, VHF and steaming/mast light installed to navigate to her new berth. fire extinguisher's, flair's and life vest are aboard and ~ one year old.
On May-23-16 at 07:36:56 PDT, seller added the following information:PS FYI I have 30k in her with another 30k in yard work with receipts. She will be missed.
On May-23-16 at 10:35:03 PDT, seller added the following information:Just to be clear, buyer will be responsible for dockage until vessel is removed and the deposit is non-refundable.