NO REGRET$ ... Arguing on the internet is like competing in the Special Olympics / no matter how good you do you're still retarded!!!!!
The pics are like that for a reason! When you blow them up you get a real good look at the details of the boat!As far as meeting in El Paso that's up to him , I doubt it though that's a long drive and a lot of gas.
Wow Rod I thought higher of you then that!!! If you go down you can slide the picture over!! And see the whole thing!!
That hull is a splash of an old Hornet. Marty Hatchel owned hornet, and before that was a rigger at Tahiti, back when my dad was a rigger. I worked with Marty for a short time in the early 90s at Howard. After passed away shorty after that. (from what I heard)The dash in that boat is cool, the built in gauge bezels were way before their time and years before bezels became the hot thing. He told me a funny story about when he was tooling that deck up and looking for something different, the bezel idea came to him. He used old beer cans for the small ones. lol I don't remember what was used for the tach mount. Good looking boat.
They are all fukin tasty. My long time favorite, "Dirty Dicks -beerjet-
Glasscutter, Skip, OC2 Nordie and many more nail me good every time, relentlessly, I love those guys!
I didn't say it's like a Hornet, I said it's a splash of a Hornet. And there's no reason it would be like your's, it's not like Marty made one model ya know.And, he did offer the little 16 tahiti in his line up too. lol.