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DCB Gets Imaginative with First Painted M35 Widebody

Thanks to a new M35 Widebody ordered by Lake Havasu City, Ariz., customer JP O’Donoghue, DCB Performance Boats now has a new option for future owners—paint. Yes, the El Cajon, Calif., company that is known for impeccable gelcoat graphics is turning one of its 35-foot catamarans over to Visual Imagination in Peculiar, Mo., for a one-of-a-kind paint job.

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This work-in-progress rendering from Visual Imagination showcases the first paint job that will be applied to a new DCB M35 Widebody.

According to DCB founder Dave Hemmingson, the M35, which will be powered by twin Mercury Racing 1350 engines, is being shipped to Missouri next week where it will receive its custom paint job from Mark Morris and company at Visual Imagination. Morris, who is excited to put his stamp on the M35, expects the paint job to take six weeks to complete. After that, the boat will return to DCB for rigging, interior installation and more before making its debut at the Desert Storm Poker Run in April.

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