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Us Marine 85 Hp Outboard Motor Powerhead 3-cyl on 2040-parts.com

US $250.00
Location:

Pomona Park, Florida, United States

Pomona Park, Florida, United States

US MARINE 85 HP OUTBOARD MOTOR POWERHEAD 3-CYL

115 COMPRESSION ON ALL CYL.

85 HP

NEEDS ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS

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$250

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