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1978 Johnson Outboard All Models Microfiche Parts Catalog 25 35 55 70 75 85 115 on 2040-parts.com

US $10.95
Location:

Utica, Michigan, United States

Utica, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used

OEM 1978 Johnson Outboards ALL MODELS Parts Catalog Microfiche Set. 

-Electric-235 Parts Catalog

-Accessory Parts Catalog

-Master Parts Price Book & Supplements (Updated)

-Champion Spark Plugs Catalog

This 4"x6" Microfiche Card is in VERY GOOD USABLE CONDITION and to be used in conjunction with a microfiche card reader.  If you don't have a card reader, most local libraries do.  This Parts Catalog is the same one the dealer mechanics/technicians use. The Card in the picture is the Card you will receive - no stock photos.  Any questions, please ask.

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