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Old 07-06-2018, 04:09:21 PM
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Picked this up at a house I was working at. Donít know much about outboard but looked neat.
Worth anything? Looks to be all there.
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Old 07-06-2018, 07:12:12 PM
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I don't know much about them either, but I would have picked it up too. If I had a motor like that, it would make me want to get a cool old boat to put it on.
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I have several Champion boat motors & from what I have found, they are not worth much. If they are......I WILL Sell.
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Would make a neat trolling motor for a row boat. Not worth much in my book. 25 or 30 bucks, especially if the tank is full of panther piss gas! if you intend to try and run it - have a look at the float! it may be cork, and modern E-10 may delaminate or destroy it unless you seal it. if the float is brass, then you are OK with modern gas - as long as you drain the tank when you are done for the day!
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Wow, 25-30 bucks, I just paid 25 for a seafood buffet a few minutes ago and you know what that will be tomorrow. CK
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Last one I actually bought, I paid $15 for it running.
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Thanks for the responses.
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Looks like a very nice , complete and un- molested motor. If you want more info and how to get it running post pix and /or name and model number at the Antique Outboard Motor Club web site aomci.org The guys there will know all about it.

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