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    dennywayne


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    #231937

    I’m sure saomeone out there can tell me who made this? its in Alaska and due to age it could be sears or montgomery wards…but people brought stuff when the came.

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    #231946

    Early Champion

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    #231947

    That’s a Champion outboard. I believe that the recoil on that model was just above the transom bracket, that open hole sticking forward.

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    outbdnut2

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    #231955

    It’s a pre-WW2 Champion that was manufactured for them by Scott-Atwater. Many Scott parts interchange. After ww2, Champion designed and built their own motors.
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    dennywayne


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    #232029

    Thanks for the help…I found it is a 41 D4G Champion indeed.
    I found a carb kit but any idea where I can find a head gasket?

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    dennywayne


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    #232030

    Thanks Dave…..a 41 champion 400 d4g it is..
    any idea where I could find a head gasket?

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    outbdnut2

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    #232114

    The D4G, as you probably know is a 3.6 HP. Often head gaskets come off these motors in pretty good shape and can go back on with head gasket sealer you can get at auto parts stores. If that doesn’t work, try posting a “Wanted” ad in the Classified board here. The ad is free and someone hay have a gasket – in the ad be sure to mention that Scott-Atwater made the motor for Champion. Scott made a 3.6b from before WW2, up through 1959, and the gasket might be the same. Your chances of finding a Scott part are much better than a Champion part.

    Some other guys here may know of a suitable material you can make a head gasket from.
    Good Luck!
    Dave

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