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Johnson /evinrude Outboard Lower Unit 85 To 140 Hp 4 Cyl 20 Inch - 1973 To 1985 on

US $225.00

Old Lyme, Connecticut, United States

Old Lyme, Connecticut, United States
Johnson /Evinrude Outboard Lower Unit 85 to 140 hp 4 cyl 20 inch - 1973 to 1985, US $225.00, image 1
Condition:Used Brand:Johnson Evinrude Manufacturer Part Number:85 to 140

Good working 1970's Johnson /Evinrude V4 mechanical shift lower unit. In great working shape. Could use a sanding and painting. Will fit many models so please match yours to pictures (shift shaft style ).

Shipping price is to a local terminal where you can pick it up or diredirectly to your COMMERCIAL location

Price listed is to contiguous 48 states only

Guranteed to work

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