Not too long now, http://www.boats.com/boat-content/20...-nearly-ready/.
Is it a sign of age that I have this on my "wish list" ahead boats that are a whole lot faster? Who cares?
Call me old. I can't wait to see this boat.
Ok Terry.... Where are the pics?!
The first Super 80 Roadster is headed for “a loyal Nor-Tech buyer” in Sarasota, Fla. Beyond that, Sobo offered no detail on whom that lucky buyer might be. Matt
It ain't Jimmy Leonardo that's for sure lol.
To me, Magnums always looked derivative— like stretched and widened Cigarettes (which to some degree they probably were). As such, and I realize that a lot of people won't agree, to me they looked bulky and oversized.
The first 80 Nor-Tech looked anything but bulky. I'm guessing the second one will have that same aesthetic quality.
This is Red Reynolds new boat. He moved up from his tripple yanmar powered 50
To me, Magnums always looked derivative— like stretched and widened Cigarettes (which to some degree they probably were). As such, and I realize that a lot of people won't agree, to me they looked bulky and oversized. Matt
I have heard that Magnums' hulls are 6" of solid fiberglass. That's probly one reason most of them are shipped to the Med.
One story I read was a 60' Magnum that got caught in a hurricane. The Captain said if it had been any other boat he would not have made it through.
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