That thing is fricken BAD ASS looking.
I follow Matt around all the time too. Just don't tell him.
The rendering look nice. I love the big deck but it needs a swim step.
Lots to choose from out there.
I'm surprised they went smaller instead of bigger.. they really are at the top of the heap with the twin engine deck market.
Lots of competition in the smaller market..
hate to say it, but I don't like the rendering much. Looks kinda "stubby"
Patience is a Virtue
Anyone have any guess on what the pricing on this will start at with a HO?
I'm waiting on a new job that is taking forever, and summer is bout over here in Detroit.
I guess I'm lucky to employed at all working in the auto industry.
As for pricing, I'm guessing it's pretty high, but they make some awesome boats.
I don't want a deck really but might be "forced" into one to get cat insurance.
That's kinda what I'd guess too.
For that money though you have quite a few options.
Out of my range a bit though.
If I go new though my first choice will be a RPM Redline 26 if I can get cat insurance.
If he did an open bow it'd be pretty big, and runs real strong with limited power. Their pricing is right too. Unless you are set on a deck.
Last time I was there I was checking out the plug. The engine compartment is built with the Ilmor in mind. It is also built with a stereo in mind. Pods are built into the mold.
The rear seating still has the horse shoe area like the 29. It has a lot of room for a 26. I think it's taking a bit longer to finish but they are trying to build things into it at the beginning to make production easier in the long run.