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1971 31 (ft.) Chris-Craft 31 Commander Sport Express

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General Information

Listing# 136174

Price
$13,500.00
Location
Ingleside, TX, United States
Manufacturer
Chris-Craft
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1971
Category
Cruisers
Designer
Chris-craft
Model
31 Commander Sport Express
Status
Used
Length
31 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
136
Beam
135
LOA
372
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
350/327
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
0

General Details

Built on the same hull as the legendary Chris Craft Commander, the Sport Express was built to provide a fishable deck combined with express cruiser accommodations.

The Sport Express is considered a "mainstream" commander and was designed to give families a comfortable platform for long cruises and overnight fishing trips with plenty of room for entertaining or fishing.

This is a very nice boat with much of her original details still in place.

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Specifications

Condition
This boat has been professionally rewired and new fuel tanks have been added, along with a new Garmin 740s and new Bimini tops. The current owner purchased her with a pair of 327 engines that had been rebuilt but not run. After a few outings, one of the engines developed a knock and after consulting a professional marine yard, opted to replace it with the more readily available rebuilt 350. The other 327 has run fine and the plan was to run it until it needs to be replaced, at which point an additional 350 would be added. It has not given any signs that it would need to be replace any time soon.