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1977 Johnson 70hp 3 Cyl. Outboard Motor Power Head Good Compression 130lb on 2040-parts.com

US $195.00
Location:

Independence, Missouri, United States

Independence, Missouri, United States

 

This is off a1977 70HP 3 Cyl. Johnson Outboard Motor Engine Power Head. Good Compression 130lbs in all cylinders. This is a very low hour engine.  See pictures. In Good Working Condition. We ship worldwide. Should you have any questions regarding this piece please feel free to contact Mick at 816-585-5466. Thank you.

USED IN FRESHWATER ONLY.

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