1966 Evinrude Outboard Motor Speedifour 80 Hp P/n 278785 Parts Manual (692) on 2040-parts.com
Maple Plain, Minnesota, US
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Here we have up for sale a nice 1966 EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTOR SPEEDIFOUR 80 HP PARTS MANUAL for MODEL 80652C, 80653C. P/N 278785. Nice used condition. About 22 pages. This will have every part number you will ever need for your outboard when looking to find parts!! These are a must to have when trying to track down parts for these great motors!! Buyer may pay by paypal. Buy with confidence as our over 24,000++ feedback rating shows we have lots of very happy customers. Please check out my other EBAY STORE ITEMS.
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