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Old 01-04-2014, 10:32 AM
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What happened with the boat does it have an owner we should all chip in and get it I'll keep it safe in my possession
That sucks
Ended up running over 51 knots. Always had an owner...
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:54 AM
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:37 PM
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Good luck to Steve down the road. I hope he will re-invent his company and continue designing around Moesly's VD-R hull.

Seems the hull of that boat was enabled by Matthew's collaboration with Mr. Moesly, so I'm guessing he had significant impact on the "Applied Concepts group design."

For all I know the project was Matthew's brainchild, but the rights remained with the design house. I'm guessing down the road Mr Matthews will sell licensing rather than giving up design rights to another group.
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Don't believe internet propaganda brewed up by my former employer...
Just for the record, precisely who are you in this matter, FlyingTime?
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Just for the record, precisely who are you in this matter, FlyingTime?

Steve Matthews.......
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It would not surprise me to find out that "April15th" was Steve French or one of his employees. All 12 of his THT posts read like press releases for Mr. French's enterprises.

Sorry to hear about Steve Mathews' legal troubles. Hopefully, his collaborations with Carl will find another creative outlet.
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F&S has some good running video of the 64 hardtop express on their website if anyone is interested.
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F&S has some good running video of the 64 hardtop express on their website if anyone is interested.
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Old 02-24-2014, 09:22 PM
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F&S has some good running video of the 64 hardtop express on their website if anyone is interested.
I imagine Carl enjoys his time with you. Great numbers with his and your work.

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