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M-33 Full Walk-Thru with twin 450R

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Here is someone's chance to still pick some options and interior style and color if you want this build...
It was slated for the 450R, but we can put 300's, 400's or 450R's on it and it can be your choice.
Just upgraded from this M-33 to a new M-37R with 450R engines.

Give me a call at 619.442.0300 of email at Tony@DCBRacing.com
 

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Here is someone's chance to still pick some options and interior style and color if you want this build...
It was slated for the 450R, but we can put 300's, 400's or 450R's on it and it can be your choice.
Just upgraded from this M-33 to a new M-37R with 450R engines.

Give me a call at 619.442.0300 of email at Tony@DCBRacing.com
Super clean design, should appeal to a lot of people.
 

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Tony, hows the progress on the 1st 37? Will it make Desert Storm? Tell Andrew less naps & more work......:D;)
 

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Tony, hows the progress on the 1st 37? Will it make Desert Storm? Tell Andrew less naps & more work......:D;)
We are starting the bottom now for the first one and the deck mold mold should be here next month.
DS 2020 is our goal for sure.
 

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Here is someone's chance to still pick some options and interior style and color if you want this build...
It was slated for the 450R, but we can put 300's, 400's or 450R's on it and it can be your choice.
Just upgraded from this M-33 to a new M-37R with 450R engines.

Give me a call at 619.442.0300 of email at Tony@DCBRacing.com
Oh the horror:D
Good problems right there!
 

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Blueprinting the bottom and new owner is going with a full cap now, as well. We blueprint and check every bottom on every build. This is standard, and another reason our boats are very labor intensive. This is our first open bow walk thru M-33 and will have lots of room and storage. If you have any questions... Call me at the office: (619) 442.0300.
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Something about this boat is just that much better than the other DCB's Ive seen. I really like it.

Tony, any pictures of whats going on in the space between the helms and the open bow seat backs?
 

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Something about this boat is just that much better than the other DCB's Ive seen. I really like it.

Tony, any pictures of whats going on in the space between the helms and the open bow seat backs?
There is a ton of storage on each side. We make the back cushions lift up and hinged so it is easily accessible. You can still go down from where the driver and passenger seats are. I have attached pics from looking from the cockpit area and if the bow cushions are up and you are looking from there. (please note the amp board is not complete)
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There is a ton of storage on each side. We make the back cushions lift up and hinged so it is easily accessible. You can still go down from where the driver and passenger seats are. I have attached pics from looking from the cockpit area and if the bow cushions are up and you are looking from there. (please note the amp board is not complete) View attachment 898775 View attachment 898776 View attachment 898777 View attachment 898778
Damn! That is some incredibly massive storage there! maybe the perfect spot to store the fenders to allow for more important things (read that as ice chest) to be stored in the easier accessed storage area behind the rear bench.

This really is a fantastic family hot rod!
 

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Damn! That is some incredibly massive storage there! maybe the perfect spot to store the fenders to allow for more important things (read that as ice chest) to be stored in the easier accessed storage area behind the rear bench.

This really is a fantastic family hot rod!
We have a custom location built in for the fenders and ropes that are sewn to the pins (standard with every DCB) check this out...
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Damn, incredible thought and attention to detail.

The pins/rope/fender combo is brilliant!
 

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We have a custom location built in for the fenders and ropes that are sewn to the pins (standard with every DCB) check this out... View attachment 898810 View attachment 898811 View attachment 898812 View attachment 898813
Details like this are things nobody ever posts but I think most of us on here LOVE to see. Obviously everybody's needs are different and you guys will do whatever it takes to fulfill any customer's needs. I just love that useable space between the front seats and open bow. There are so many possibilities with customization and storage options for it.
 

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I do love to show what we do here, although it is tough when you show all of your "colors" as so many other manufacturers like to emulate what we do here. Hence the reason I have slowed a bit on posting all of our proprietary ideas and options. If you ask, as you did, I will respond and gladly show you... Imitation is the sheerest form of flattery is what they say, isn't it?
-Tony
 

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I do love to show what we do here, although it is tough when you show all of your "colors" as so many other manufacturers like to emulate what we do here. Hence the reason I have slowed a bit on posting all of our proprietary ideas and options. If you ask, as you did, I will respond and gladly show you... Imitation is the sheerest form of flattery is what they say, isn't it?
-Tony
Really enjoy your postings Tony.... and I think we all respect your comments around other builders "Borrowing" from your ideas. Best in class always garners imitation. Good to see there's a market for this level builds.... as long as companies like yours are around everything's gonna be all right.
 

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Details like this are things nobody ever posts but I think most of us on here LOVE to see. Obviously everybody's needs are different and you guys will do whatever it takes to fulfill any customer's needs. I just love that useable space between the front seats and open bow. There are so many possibilities with customization and storage options for it.
That space reminded me of a kids "Time Out" room.... and do I see speakers in there? Well, maybe a girlfriend Time Out area then.
 
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