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Old 04-30-2024, 06:13 PM
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Came across this Magnum Sport Project for sale. I have nothing to do with this boat, just sharing!
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Tried getting guy to call about boat. Asked if it was stored outside during the rebuild and he responded on facebook. Sent him my phone number and asked to talk and got crickets?
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I believe this is the fellow:

https://www.usphonebook.com/colby-ri...jM3MTNyUjM00yR

973-45four-244four

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Thanks larslindroth, I'm sure he saw my facespace message on talking. Not responding means he can keep it LoL. I have a sport now and have been working on but guys supposed to help vaccum bag and still waiting & waiting.
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Thanks larslindroth, I'm sure he saw my facespace message on talking. Not responding means he can keep it LoL. I have a sport now and have been working on but guys supposed to help vaccum bag and still waiting & waiting.
I hope they get to work on it soon. Looking forward to seeing the result. The Sport model, or most Magnum Marine creations for that matter, are really my cup of tea.


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Originally Posted by larslindroth
I hope they get to work on it soon. Looking forward to seeing the result. The Sport model, or most Magnum Marine creations for that matter, are really my cup of tea.

I know they were teased to be, but I didn't realize they were in production......how many built?
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I believe Magnum Marine only has manufacture two 47.5 boats, and one 27'. Both the 27' and the 47.5 boats have been built in the U.S.,

but the 47.5 have been outfitted by their European dealer, SNO Yachts. The boat in my photo is a 25 year old Swedish built Magnum 32.

They're built by the famous Boghammar Marin AB, that has mainly produced military vessels since 1906 in Stockholm, Sweden. The

Boghammar Family got into offshore racing in the 60s and became close friends with Don Aronow. They got a license to produce Magnum

boats by Don, and have made more than a hundred of them. Here's one 28' from the late 60s.


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Very interesting, thanks Lars!.........The 32' pictured is such a beautiful leap forward in design...the side intake engine vents whether shown in the 32 or the old skool 28' are staple fixtures in the boats hull design.
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Agree regarding the side intake engine vents.

Here's an old video of the Swedish Magnum 32 in action. This is way out in the Archipelago of Stockholm, in the Baltic Sea, so the swells are old, but still pretty significant.



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