The managing partner of South Florida-based Levinson and Associates, motivational marketing guru Billy Levinson is among the most high-energy, positive guys you’ll ever meet. Levinson almost literally never stops moving. And he puts the same passion and drive into his life away from work, which explains why six weeks ago he took delivery of his third Mystic Powerboats center console in three years.
Billy Levinson’s new M4200 center console is his most spectacular build from Mystic Powerboats to date. Photos courtesy James Koukoulas and the Nautical Network.
Levinson went bigger in more than a few ways with his latest build from the DeLand, Fla., company. First, the boat is an M4200 powered by quad Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines. His first two Mystic center consoles were M3800s, the first with quad 300R outboards and the second with quad 450Rs.
“My last 38-footer with 450Rs went back to Mystic and was resold before it arrived back at the factory,” he said, then chuckled.
The Lamborghini-themed M4200 delivers plenty of performance for its delighted owner.
Second, the new 42-footer is his most customized Mystic to date. The center console’s interior and exterior are based off Levinson’s gorgeous Lamborghini sportscar.
“Painter Doug Harrell and Ryan Zivitski and John Cosker at Mystic matched the custom ‘ad personam,’ one-out-of-250, Lamborghini Ultimae Roadster paint-theme and interior design to the boat, which was a first for all of us,” he said. “I love the customization that Mystic allowed.
“I also love the performance,” he added. “Top speed so far is 90.5 mph, which is fast enough for me.”
Mystic took customization to the next level with Levinson’s 42-footer.
Levinson described the Mystic crew as “a pleasure to deal with for the third time” and credited the South Florida Luxury Management team for helping him through the build and delivery process. The feeling, according to Cosker, who founded and owns Mystic, is mutual.
“Bill is a very creative guy with great taste and every build he does with us is better than the last,” he explained. “He’s a great customer.”
The fine automobile that inspired the build.
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