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1941 Sea King K1 2.9hp Antique Outboard Motor on 2040-parts.com

US $399.00
Location:

Whitewater, Wisconsin, US

Whitewater, Wisconsin, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Brand:Kiekhaefer Mercury Engine(HP):2.9 Stroke:2-Stroke Country of Manufacture:United States

FOR SALE:  One ANTIQUE ( 1941 ) SEA KING K1 2.9hp OUTBOARD MOTOR sold by Montgomery Ward, made by Kiekhaefer Mercury.  Very cool old outboard, For parts, repair, or for display in your mancave. It  has compression, and it's all there.....I haven't tried to start it.   



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