In 1954 a gallon of gas cost 20 cents and a movie ticket was 70 cents. Elvis started his music career and Eisenhower was President. Polio Vaccine was invented and John Travolta was born. Families after the war could buy a house for $2,000 and stability brought the need for recreation. In 1955, the Chris Craft Commander was ready for those families. The Commander was equipped with a cabin with 50's styled dinette seating in tropical punch orange and a resting room, known as the V-berth in sea green, a wardrobe to hang clothes, receptacle lockers for gear, and the ice box was filled with C...