I found this topic here by searching for either texas tri.
I followed the email
for boatgeorge and he replied. Said he didn't mind if I post his reply here.
I know the post is old but this was info that should be added for anyone else that does a search in the future, so here it is.
""Hi, actually, the Texas Tri 24 was built by a different company in Arlington, Texas called Texas Trimarans. They were in the process of making molds for a 30 ft tri, and we already had molds for the 24 ft tri based on the Piver 24 Ft Nugget, but with rounded shape hulls and decks instead of the flat plywood
shape. We sold the hulls and decks only to Tex Tri, and they built the rest of the trimaran. We sold many sets of hulls/decks until they produced their own.
> Sorry, but I have no specs or info on that boat. We built our own 24 ft glass tri called the Triumph 24 which used the same hulls and decks with a wood glass covered wingdeck structure. We built both a cabin
model and an open day sailor. Most were trailerable. We were located in Alviso, CA, near San Jose, and built during the 1960's. Our last all fiberglass Trimaran was called the Tradewinds 28.
> Sorry I can't provide any additional information, but there may be more on the internet
> Good success, gl