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Vintage Johnson Outboard Motor Repair Parts Catalog Light Twin Models Up To 1927 on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Argyle, New York, United States

Argyle, New York, United States
Great condition,original
Brand:Johnson

Vintage Johnson Motor Company Repair Parts Catalog for light Twin Models Up to 1927.Twenty pages..For Twin Cylinder 2 H.P,motors Nos. 500 to 20,000 Inc. and Twin Cylinder 2 1/2 H.P. Motors No.20,000 and upward.Light Twins Only.Small Catalog in excellent condition.

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