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Old 08-01-2006, 09:33 PM
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Thanks,Gino!
The Mystic truly is beautiful,though it resembles the proverbial monkey dating a football,sitting on that trailer.

Correct me if I'm wrong,but 36 + feet seems to be a number that is trailer able,provides a decent ride,fits the slip and generally speaking,a manageable poker run length.The Platinum basically fits that description.
I wonder if anyone else is working on the Tencara --similar design.
Gino,do you know how to reach Jim Dyke ?Also,what Tenn. town they may be moving too.
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Was there a split up, what did I miss. Who is Mystic. Thanks Jeff
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Thanks,Gino!
The Mystic truly is beautiful,though it resembles the proverbial monkey dating a football,sitting on that trailer.

Correct me if I'm wrong,but 36 + feet seems to be a number that is trailer able,provides a decent ride,fits the slip and generally speaking,a manageable poker run length.The Platinum basically fits that description.
I wonder if anyone else is working on the Tencara --similar design.
Gino,do you know how to reach Jim Dyke ?Also,what Tenn. town they may be moving too.

I thought Jim was out of vermilion, OH and thats where all the platinums where built........................
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Thanks,Gino!
The Mystic truly is beautiful,though it resembles the proverbial monkey dating a football,sitting on that trailer.

Correct me if I'm wrong,but 36 + feet seems to be a number that is trailer able,provides a decent ride,fits the slip and generally speaking,a manageable poker run length.The Platinum basically fits that description.
I wonder if anyone else is working on the Tencara --similar design.
Gino,do you know how to reach Jim Dyke ?Also,what Tenn. town they may be moving too.

I've seen the C50 up close and personnal many times, and it's one of the aero-dynamic designed boats out there. I don't get the monkey/football analogy? The orders that Mystic is getting for the C50, and the people who are ordering them, will speak VOLUMES of the quality of design and build. How many other boat builders out there do a FEA on every design they produce? If you want a C50 soon, you better get it on order soon, or you are going to have to WAIT!
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Was there a split up, what did I miss. Who is Mystic. Thanks Jeff

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Mystic powerboats is owned by John Cosker, the naval enginner who designed, built, rigged and throttles all of the Callan marine boats. John's design back ground speaks for itself, he was the ONLY USA design engineer for Rolla props, when he 1st graduated from FIT, he has done design work for Fabio Buzzi, John Connors, Donzi Marine, Midnight Express, Deep Impact, etc. Mystic just moved into their new 15,000 sq. ft. $1 million dollar facility and they are very, very busy these days. Equally impressive is the new SL70 they are building. See attached pic of the drives on the new SL70

www.mysticpowerboats.com

Jeff, Hope this helps answers your question.
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The Mystic is not that large of $$$ compared to the others mentioned.

It's actually a good bargin for the price.

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Very true, JC and I were talking the other day about building one with big diesels, and the $$ he quoted me was really a great deal! If I could only sell our Nordic!
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Very true, JC and I were talking the other day about building one with big diesels, and the $$ he quoted me was really a great deal! If I could only sell our Nordic!
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Dean that would be awesome. If I had the space/money id get the same boat.
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I was at the new facility yesterday, and the stuff John is doing is absolutely incredible
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I was at the new facility yesterday, and the stuff John is doing is absolutely incredible

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It is pretty incredible, some of the projects that Mystic is doing, isn't it? I might go testing with them on Friday, if I slide out of work in time!
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I'm glad to see more serious cats out there for competition. Platinum and Mystic both look great.
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