Meet Lil Finito. Or Minito? Teenieto, John Into’s Latest Masterpiece.

And yes! They are correct.

A huge thanks to Seth Katz’s for sending us the latest masterpiece that he commissioned artist John Into to create. This is Finito the last Cobra made. Which we have shared a bazillion images of before. I am always blown away how artists like John Into do this.  For those of you not familiar with Johns work, he is always at Lake Dora and for sure at the St Micheals show in Maryland. The attention to detail is amazing, and this is where the art side really comes in. He is able to capture the personality of the boat…


I know I know. Smell the wood stuff. But really. Each boat has a certain sparkle, and he captures that. Anyway, today we get a little taste of Finito… Teenie-to?

Slide on over here Barbie.

WintOW! Thats a Into pun thing, I keep trying to figure out a fun mash up. Finto? It’s so close. Fi-into

We hired Barbie to pose, but her contract was for the header only. Dang, she has a great agent. BTW, this is the first Barbie. Who as aged well I must say.




9 replies
  1. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)
    Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P) says:

    I agree with Kelly. That is amazing detail. Very cool!. Here is a picture of my last brush with a Cobra. I think everyone saw it at Algonac.

    • Floydrturbo
      Floydrturbo says:

      That photo angle sure accentuates the 21 footers bow deck which really makes that model so desirable and more balanced along with all the other features. I see the aft lifting rings are even properly oriented as previously discussed.

    • ART
      ART says:

      Well what’s different about the 21 footer’s liftings pictured in Algonac?

      Aft is correct and fore deck not so much.

  2. Gimme a Henry’s
    Gimme a Henry’s says:

    “Used to run CC Cobras down around Saragosa. Back then, the rear lifting rings were parallel to the fin…..or was they perpendicular……sorta at a 45?……”

  3. Cliff
    Cliff says:

    If by chance I buy a C.C. Cobra…. 21’ or whatever… Them there lifting rings are gonna be different for every show because that will be funny and who really wants to judge a boat I would own? Going out for a ride tonight and gonna burn some fuel and enjoy the sunset. Sunday we are heading to Vermillion and I’ll send a few pictures of the old McGarvey’s location.

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