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Old 10-17-2019, 05:07 PM
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Just seen on FB that the 41ft molds have been bought and are in MI now. New owner is looking into doing a different deck. that would be a totally flat deck design.
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I saw they sold, wondered where they went. Where are the 36' molds?
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Who is the new owner?
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Old 10-17-2019, 09:08 PM
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How much did it sell for?
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Unfortunately the only chance that 41 has of being built again is if it were picked up by an established boat builder. With today’s power options to power a 41’ costing hundreds of thousands who is gonna buy a boat that at a minimum would have to be $350k from a no name boat builder with a small chance of survival? Now if one of the big boys picked up the molds and modernized them then yes. But most of the big boys already have their lineup and don’t wanna revamp an old design. With cad and CNC design technology they can build a mold way more precise. But I’ll tell you who would be a good candidate to build this boat, Tuff marine in Canada. He has done an amazing job of modernizing his lineup and making boats super fast.
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out of curiosity, was the 41 ever dialed in? I seem to remember reading that it didn't handle well?? Did they ever build any of them?
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Which Company in Michigan bought the 41' Molds?
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Which Company in Michigan bought the 41' Molds?
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Where are the 36 molds?
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Originally Posted by OCCJoe View Post
Unfortunately the only chance that 41 has of being built again is if it were picked up by an established boat builder. With today’s power options to power a 41’ costing hundreds of thousands who is gonna buy a boat that at a minimum would have to be $350k from a no name boat builder with a small chance of survival? Now if one of the big boys picked up the molds and modernized them then yes. But most of the big boys already have their lineup and don’t wanna revamp an old design. With cad and CNC design technology they can build a mold way more precise. But I’ll tell you who would be a good candidate to build this boat, Tuff marine in Canada. He has done an amazing job of modernizing his lineup and making boats super fast.
I have to agree with that. I can't see anyone laying down that kind of coin with an unknown builder.
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