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Chrysler vintage 3. Had for a few years in storage. Unsure of the horsepower motor is not seized never started unsure of the year but I'll say vintage good for the bed cave or someone that wants to tinker with it.
Each of these vintage antique outboard motors have been fully restored, serviced, and all are ready to run! These motors date back to the 's's and range from 5hp to 50hp. Each motor has been professionally painted Dupont Paint!
Herewith below is a brief overview of the beginnings of the Johnson brand and some helpful information to get those old Johnsons running again! Johnson Outboards - The Beginning Years. It is unlikely that the Johnson brothers; Lou, Harry, Clarence and their brother-in-law Warren Conover, had any idea of the impact their little outboard would have on the world of boating.
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The Johnson brand is my outboard of choice for "daily use" having a hp on our Mako 19' and the QD below for the 12' DuraNautic. Hats off to the Johnson brothers: Lou, Harry, Clarence and their brother-in-law Warren Conover, for building such great outboard motors! Johnson Collection highlights.
If you have vintage Johnson outboard that you need to identify, all you need to do is look at the outboard's model number, found on either a tag on the starboard side -- the right side -- of the motor or on the port side of the motor's mounting bracket. Deciphering the letters in the model number will tell you everything you need to know. The first letter in the model number of a Johnson outboard is the market for which the outboard was intended.
We will be adding to this section from here on outtake a look you will find loads of information in this area for active members of The AOMCI. We are asking all Chapter Presidents and …. This will be an ongoing event throughout the year as information is updated.