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Mercury MK30 1957
Scarce - with tiller steering.
Evinrude Fisherman 1938 4.7 hp.
All brass from the power head down.
Evinrude Fisherman 1935
All brass bottom.
Johnson MS 38
1.1hp, Sausage tank.
Mercury MK20 1953
restored and running
Peter Hunn just sent this video to me to share with everyone. Enjoy!!
Evinrude 1932 Fleetwin 11hp Model 418
Restored inside and out.
1936 Evinrude Sportfour
Evinrude 1957 Fleetwin.
Extra clean and and original!
Mercury "C" modified racer
Stock Quicksilver lower unit and tower housing.
Elto Pal 1937 .9hp
Nicest one we have had in a long time.
Elto 1931-32 Service A 5.8hp.
Nice example of an uncommon motor.
Elto 1929 Model #331 Longshaft 7hp
Uncommon and desirable,
with reproduction rudder castings
Johnson K45 - 1929 7hp
New rings. Has complete exhaust relief shutter.
1930 Johnson K50 with recoil starter
NIce motor with good tank and new decal.
Evinrude 1941 Sportfour 17.6hp
An uncommon model, with a good working rewind.
Caille 5-speed, Model 12 - 1929
Clean and complete.
A nice motor.
Johnson MS38-39 reproduction rear covers
This weeks new arrival is a reproduction part and not a motor.
Easy to apply vinyl decals to match.
I'm ready to prop you up!
Evinrude 3hp folding motor
w/travel case + tank.
Reported to run.
Clean and complete. 1968
Lockwood 1928 Chief
A breaker for parts. Has burst cylinders + other issues. Not stuck.
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These are all new castings that are machined.
BACK IN STOCK!!!
New reproduction Evinrude RBM parts in stock!
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NEPTUNE MIGHTY MITE
By Doug Penn
originally for AOMCI Knuckle Buster Chapter's THE KNUCKLE KNEWS - Vol. 18, #4
The info on Neptune Mighty Mite new old stock I have is...
I am the now the Mighty Mite King! :-)
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Miss Molly's friend sent her this picture.
Puddie has learned to apply a critical eye to restorations.
Cats are particularly well suited to be critics
And, Miss Molly has a European penpal!
Here is Doug at Mark Trimble's 2013 February Branson, MO swap meet.