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GTMM Moving Forward

Old 03-18-2011, 09:40 AM
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Just a quick update with a coupe of photos. The First hull is laid up and waiting to be pulled once the deck is complete. In the photos you can see the hull in mold and the guys polishing the deck mold to begin layup ASAP.

Everyone at GTMM is excited to finally see progress and will keep posting photos of the project as things move forward.
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Old 03-18-2011, 09:45 AM
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I think this has been discussed in another thread, but quickly just so everyone knows, whos involved with GTMM and what style boat will it be?
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Old 03-18-2011, 10:10 AM
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Thanks for asking:
The GTMM 27' is a 27 Magnum with a completely NEW deck, cockpit and engine hatch. The first one will be getting a Mercury 700, already ordered. The upholstery is already being worked on, as well as Troy at Supreme has laid out the Dash and all parts are either in or on order. ALL hardware is being imported from Italy.
The GTMM 39' is a re-designed Dragon , it will have a new bottom, no canopy, but will still be offered, and a re-designed cockpit to offer more headroom in case a canopy is ordered.
The GTMM 38' is going to be a cut down Magnum 44, redesigned cockpit, and cabin. This will be a wide Beam entry level Magnum style boat.
GTMM is a completely separate company than Magnum.
The company is owned by Giovanni Theodoli, of Magnum fame
The company is run by Scott V. Smith, from Cigarette, Magnum and Dragon
The boat is being built by Phil Mead in Sebring FL of Mead Floats
The boat is being rigged by Troy Hannon of Supreme Marine
The upholstery is being done by Custom Marine Upholstery by Jeffrey
The painting will be done by Eddie Guardado

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Old 03-18-2011, 10:12 AM
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In the rather small photos, the GTMM 27' hull and deck molds are on the left. On the right is the GTMM 39' molds getting the bottom re-designed.
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