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    torotl


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    #218555

    I have a running Ducktwin in good condition I want to sell, but have no idea of the value. Can someone give me a quesstimate of approximate sell price? Thanks! Tom

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    torotl


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    #218558

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    Here is a side view of that Ducktwin I am looking for a value on.

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    #218561

    Graphics are nice yet, but the dents in the tank are a little detraction.
    Probably depends where you live. I know there’s people especially interested
    in these Ducktwins though. The little 3 hp seem to garner more money than some
    motors anyway. Somewhere between $80 to $200 is my “guess”.

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    wbeaton

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    #218562

    Nice example. It’s worth a little more than a regular 3 hp from that series. About the same as a folding 3 hp. They are popular. Certainly a motor I’d like to have, but they are never local.

    Wayne
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    #218575

    The can out outboard gear lube came with the last outboard purchase.
    Any idea what vintage it may be? Neat little spout attached to the cap.

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    #218580

    There is a big interest in Duck Twins I have seen them sell $400 to $500 eBay I mean sell not just the asking price.

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    dave-bernard

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    #218581

    where do you get the paint and what color ?

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    crosbyman

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    #218582

    I guess brown makes it more appealing ….I never paid over $60 for a JW all were refurbished & run good … one white/beige I sold for $150 the rest 3-4 were $125 with new coils points impeller and a carb clean.. one or two got new plug wires…..no profit really just recouped my investment and had fun in the winter months

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    lloyd

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    #218598

    As usual many AOMC club member estimates will be well below market value. I mechanically restored and sold locally about 50 or so of the OMC 3 hp weedless fisherman for 300-350 bucks. They largely financed my hobby. I still have about 6-8 that I considered too nice to sell to local fishermen. They are still very desirable for trolling and fishing or as backup motors. Ducktwins are much rarer than other models.
    Your Ducktwin has a nice duck on the tank but the tank has numerous dents. If it has good compression, and been serviced properly with new coils and water pump impeller and runs as it should you should be able to sell it easily for about 300-350 bucks. More if the tank weren’t dented so much. Good luck!

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    wbeaton

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    #218599

    The eBay price is about what I’d expect for a motor that nice. The appeal of the Ducktwin is that it’s interesting and uncommon in comparison to the regular 3 hp versions.

    Buccaneerr, look around the edges of the oil can label for a litho date. If one exists it will look like 6-51 (or similar), which means June 1951.

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    #218601

    One listed below on FM has not sold yet? price is high but remember condition is everything!
    And factor in the cost in time and money for parts and repairs to get it running condition!

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/3373099796130362

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    JOHN HOLBIK

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    #218604

    I was just a little guy but I remember those Mobil cans very well.We were using them at our resort in the late fifties.

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    #218606

    I was just a little guy but I remember those Mobil cans very well.We were using them at our resort in the late fifties.

    Not sure how I posted my oil can query on this thread, lol, but thanks for the replies.

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    torotl


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    #218648

    Great feedback on the Ducktwin value question I posted yesterday,,,,,Thanks! Another question – how do I determine the manufacture year on this outboard?? (I’m new at the this vintage outboard thing). Tom / Portland, OR.

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