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    opposedtwin

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    #218650

    Post the model/serial number here and we can tell you. Mine looks just like yours and is a 1966. I believe the color/decals were the same on ducktwins for over 10 years. Mine is my newest motor. Almost ashamed to say it’s in my “old outboard collection”. 🤣
    Scott

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    2fast4me

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    #218866

    Use the model number and a little detective work you will find it. I Had a Ducktwin that i sold to a Ducktwin collector in western Iowa for $150, it ran good after I cleaned the points and added a waterpump. Bought it for $75. I have Later model now, also cost me $75, it’s one with the single transom clamp and the mallard graphics don’t have color. There is a difference in the graphics also some have color with wings up and color with one wing down and wings up with no color. I saw one recently for $275 and it was show room new. Didn’t buy it.

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    torotl


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    #219228

    Regarding figuring out the year of manufacture on the Ducktwin,,,,,,I didn’t see a model # but here is the serial # 3016 – 02115. Can anyone tell the model year from this SN? Thanks!

    bobw
    bobw

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    #219229

    3016 would be a 1955 model. 3016 is the model number, followed by the motor serial number.

    Bob

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    torotl


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    #219243

    Thanks!

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    mas

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    #219246

    Price? I do not know, but a Ducktwin in hand is worth more than two in the bush! So that could be your starting point if you know what two in the bush are worth!?

    Sorry, Just had to say. Personally, I have never seen one in person….just pics! The colored mallard makes it very appealing…What years had the colored mallard…said above for about ten years…but from when to when?

    Mas

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    2fast4me

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    #219275

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    Here is my Ducktwin it has the latter model single transom clamp. Notice the wings are up and not color. It runs good after a tuneup and new Chinese coils, the recoil spring was broke and repaired by shortening and riveting to the eyelet. Still needs a Waterpump. $75.00. The Merc300 came with controls and ran good after a water pump and cleaning the points. $125.00 and came with a free ’55 Evinrude Big Twin. Plenty of motors here in SW Wisconsin. OBTW these motors are not for sale for what i have in them.

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    opposedtwin

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    #219344

    mas, mine is a 1966 model and has similar paint as the poster’s 1955. So at least from 1955-1966 they made these motors with the “ducktwin” trim. Mine also has a single transom clamp and has a different decal. I will post pics soon.
    Scott

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