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    Default Who's our resident antique outboard motor guy?

    The one that fixes the little guys up & collects 'em on purpose.
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    LOL (great movie that was)

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    We used to have a Bearcat 55 4 stroke outboard, and a Winner "Pink Panther."
    First four-stroke outboard, and I think the first fiberglass boat. It was dropped off at the dump after it was seen shooting oil out the cooling line.

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    My favorites are Waterwitches.

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    very unique! I googled them to see more and actually seen the one in your pic running, pretty cool - if the jetsons used outboards they would be waterwitches lol

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    Do you know of any old outboards with a full holding circle around the motor like a steering wheel for reverse and all the other positions? I think that would be kinda cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.K. Boomer View Post
    Do you know of any old outboards with a full holding circle around the motor like a steering wheel for reverse and all the other positions? I think that would be kinda cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpt View Post
    My favorites are Waterwitches.

    Hey Andy-
    I'm wondering if you know a guy my way that is quite the collector of outboard motors?
    His name is Steve Shehadi. He's got a couple of those Waterwitches too.
    Couple of Indians, and a bunch of others.
    BYW, that's a very nice resto!

    Sid

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