New Changes Coming to Trading Dock
May 11th 2016
The Board of Directors has been busy with the new website, implementing a new Brass Bell editorial team, and various other tasks that we won't bore you with. Our Classifieds website, Trading Dock, has been the topic of much discussion. As a whole, Trading Dock has been pretty slow with just a few current ads in the recent months since it was cleaned up a year or so ago. The intention of the Trading Dock site has always been to connect Chris Craft and Classic Boat owners, collectors, restorers, and hobbyists with the parts, projects, or complete boats they are looking for. The early days were fairly successful and the rates have always been affordable, but with the popularity of many Free to Post sites, our paid ads have dwindled.
It is our pleasure to announce that we, as a Board, voted on and passed a Motion to make Trading Dock FREE to all current, dues paying members!!! The programmers are working on this as we speak and we should be up and running very soon. You will be able to register for an account on Trading Dock using your current Boat Buzz username and password. We feel that this will not only add to the value of your CCABC Membership, but will also resurrect the site and make it a destination for Chris Craft and other Antique and Classic Boats, parts, pieces, and projects.
Stay tuned for details!!
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Posted By: Al Benton on April 3, 2016
Posted By: JimF on March 24, 2016
cruisers 1.jpgcruisers 1.jpgNot only was Bill active in the CCABC but he was also a member of the Wooden Boat Association of North Texas in Dallas, his winter ...
Posted By: Al Benton on March 3, 2016
thanks, Al. It would be interesting if his presentation could be recorded and posted for those who arent able to attend.
Posted By: Al Benton on February 24, 2016
Always look forward to it. :)
Posted By: Al Benton on January 19, 2016
I just learned of the very sad passing of former Chris-Craft Chief-Stylist Dick Avery on January 6th of this year. We extend our deepest sympathy to his family and friends.