"Curtains" is a 1964 Chris-Craft Roamer Commodore 38' Steel hull cruiser. Her HID is RBD-38-56xxx, and she's powered by twin Perkins 4-236 diesels (a tad small, but VERY economical!). We've not fully identified the rest of the equipment aboard, but will do so as we add to this thread. Mechanically she's sound, structurally she is in better than expected condition thanks to considerable care by previous owners, and a mostly fresh-water life. Aesthetically, she's due for some care- several wimdows, ports and doors have developed leaks that have resulted in needed wood repairs in several areas. The upper portion of the cabin exterior appears to have had fiberglass applied over the wood- a mostly successful method of preservation, but needing some attention. The cockpit sole is soft in two spots (a common Roamer issue I believe) and I think that is where we will start outr major work- Windows/ doors, wood, and fiberglass exterior to stop leaks, then on to the interior. We also plan to haul her out for a quick scrape, inspection, zincs and bottom paint later this year. There are a few mentions of this boat elsewhere on this forum, as well as on a couple of others but we'll try to consolidate everything here. We have completes a couple of other restorations, to include a 1961 JavLyn 'speed boat', a 1977 Carver Mariner 3396, and partial restoration of a 1965 Missouri Valley Steel Paddlewheel Riverboat. We've worked with wood, fiberglass, steel and all the fun sealants, barriers, and coatings that go with them! Looking forward to input from other Roamer owners, as with all of our projects, we value insight, opinions and suggestions from all! We will post photos soon, and try to keep this thread updated as we progress!