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Offline Hyperacme

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Re: Carlson Models 1960-Present
« Reply #20 on: September 20, 2018, 01:55:23 PM »
" Gregg doesnt the guy on facebook have one of these in southern MN? Or maybe his is a 1992. "

Yep .. He's in Elk River MN. and it's a 1991.
Thought he was in north east .. I must be gettin' old and forgetful ..
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Offline Jason

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Re: Carlson Models 1960-Present
« Reply #21 on: September 20, 2018, 02:35:14 PM »
This has been on my mind and I guess now is a good time to ask it,

I see Jason you have down the CSS24. 
The CSS 24 looks to be an exact resemblance to the new carlson/matise boat that was brought to the meet in 2017.  (Sorry I do not know the official model name) Anyone confirm or deny this theory?  I am guessing the hull was resurrected for the new carlson/matise model? 

I think it is the same mold. I remember John Carlson saying something about that last summer. I believe John also said Art was doing contract work for other boat manufactures in the 90-00's. Look at the Fountain Carlson 33. I believe there are some Starcrafts as well.
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Offline Carlson_from_Germany

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Historical Glastron information
« Reply #23 on: November 24, 2019, 01:28:43 AM »
The CV23 was first supposed to be named CVC23. The CVC 18 must have been the prototype.
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