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Subject: Re: Scott-Atwater 33hp.

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Date Posted: 00:15:36 09/29/04 Wed
In reply to: Tom 's message, "Scott-Atwater 33hp." on 23:24:18 09/27/04 Mon

Hi Tom,
Those motors are considered to be common motors. In fact, other than the 1954 Evinrude and Johnson and the 1956 Johnson this may be the easiest to find.
As a result, even in perfect condition in the box, they are only selling in the $225 to $250 range.
I hope this helps.
How did you get the motor? Childhood toy or something you picked up?

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