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Unidentified Marine Engine Help


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Old 08-09-2017, 10:29:20 PM
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I have a friend that showed me this engine today and asked if I knew what it was. I had now idea so i am asking the experts. Any idea? Of course he wants to put a price with it?
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Old 08-10-2017, 07:22:01 AM
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Looks like a Termaat & Monahan Co.
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Thanks i looked at some photo of the termaat monahan and I don't see any of them with the same head so i"m not sure yet and the Detroit flywheels are different. Still looking.
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Dan,

I don't know who made it but would recommend that you post it on oldmarineengine.com. Include pictures of the water pump and a better picture of the timer if possible.

It is likely very early around 1905, as indicated by the pedestal mount base and early fuel mixer style. If it is for sale ask for offers, if not its value is whatever the owner thinks it is.

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I don't know make but nice looking engine!
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