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Vintage 1928 Johnson K-40 Outboard Motor Twin Cylinder 7.15 Hp on 2040-parts.com

US $325.00
Location:

Eagle River, Wisconsin, United States

Eagle River, Wisconsin, United States
Good condition, has some dents in the gas tank but otherwise is a good complete motor.
Brand:Johnson Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Engine(HP):7.15

Offered is a 1928 Johnson K-40 twin cylinder opposed boat motor in good condition. It appears to be complete with the exception of the original hand grip is missing. The motor turns over and has compression. Should be a running motor without too much work.
It has the original 3 blade aluminum prop and underwater exhaust.
The motor is heavy so will have to be a pick up only.

I welcome any questions that you may have about this motor.
Thank you for looking.

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