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Old 03-21-2012, 08:27 PM
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Default Recent restoration of a 1947 .. 2.5 hp Johnson <'TK><

Here is a recent Restoration that I did for a customer (www.Oldoutboardbarn.com) <'TK><
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Old 03-22-2012, 07:13 AM
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Both are great work TK.

How do you find all the old labeling for the motors?

There used to be an 2.5 up in my grandfathers garage. I'm interested in seeing if it is still up there now.
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Both are great work TK.

How do you find all the old labeling for the motors?

There used to be an 2.5 up in my grandfathers garage. I'm interested in seeing if it is still up there now.
Travis, I am a member of AOMCI (www.aomci.org), Antique outboard motor club Int. .... There are folks who still make the dead nuts reproduction decals, paint, rubber, etc ... <'TK><
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