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    Buccaneer

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    #945

    http://duluth.craigslist.org/bpo/4935623065.html

    There’s a couple of outboards in the group I wouldn’t mind having.

    Prepare to be boarded!

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    opposedtwin

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    #12179

    I agree! some very desirable motors in that collection.

    what is the 4 cyl motor in the 3rd picture? a military PO? it looks more like an evinrude storm boat motor. garry? you got your ears on? he would know.

    RICHARD A. WHITE
    RICHARD A. WHITE

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    #12180

    Big Four or Speedifour…. my guess

    http://www.richardsoutboardtools.com
    classicomctools@gmail.com

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    garry-in-michigan

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    #12197


    Looks like a Storm Boat Motor to me – A Speedifour does not have removable heads.

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    kees

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    #12200

    stormboat motor, but missing some special and unique parts
    carrying handles f.e.


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    garry-in-michigan

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    #12203

    They were heavy duty aluminum oars that were slipped through the spark plug cover handles so the motor could be carried by four men.

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    kees

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    #12204

    I know , but could not find the right picture
    now I have it;
    Outboarder article October 1976

    click on the photo for a better result

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    chinewalker

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    #12237

    Probably worth the asking price. Some generic motors in the lot, but some nice ones, too. Works out to about $100 per motor by the time you load them up…

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    mr-asa

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    #12243
    quote Chinewalker:

    Probably worth the asking price. Some generic motors in the lot, but some nice ones, too. Works out to about $100 per motor by the time you load them up…

    I’ve got $100, dibs on the WaterWitch!!

    Tubs
    Tubs

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    #12246

    This one interest me. Not much of a picture but the gas
    tank looks to be in good condition as well as still having
    most of what appears to be its original decal. I would
    be giving that one a closer look if I had the opportunity.

    You're only as smart as the person you're talking to.

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    3davet


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    #12360

    That Johnson, I’m thinking a ’40 LT? Decent decal and rare un-bashed tank. I like it.

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    Randy in Tampa


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    #12442

    Yeah that’s a nice one, probably An early PO or maybe a P75 or P 80, I would love to find out what that was, I think that’s the nicest one of the bunch

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