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LATE 1930-40s WATERWITCH 3/4 HP OUTBOARD MOTOR - ESTATE
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LATE 1930-40s WATERWITCH 3/4 HP OUTBOARD MOTOR - ESTATE

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Sold Date: 08/25/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



ESTATE FIND - SEARS WATERWITCH WATER WITCH OUTBOARD MOTOR

VERY NICE CONDITION

This auction is for a late 1930s - early 1940s Waterwitch outboard motor sold by Sears & Roebuck Co. It is model 571.35. It has compression but we couldn't get a spark (has an old 45 Coralox spark plug). Air-cooled or water cooled? we aren't sure! It has full decals on front that have complete and readable directions and slow, start, fast. Decals on sides are partially t - see photos. It is dirty and has surface rust. Carburator by Tillotson Toledo Ohio AK1D. Serial number #17105, gas tank has MB 2034-6, Eiseman Magneto NY. SELLING THIS AS IS - we don't know if it runs or not, all parts seem to be t so t isn't any obvious reason that it wouldn't run. T is a ball knob on the steering mechanism. No dents.

SELLING WITH NO RESERVE AND LOW OPENING BID!!!

SHIPPING USPS PARCEL POST OR UPS GROUND to USA - No International shipping. INSURANCE OPTIONAL BUT RECOMMENDED.

ALL SALES FINAL - NO RETURNS UNLESS ITEM IS MISREPRESENTED IN ITS AGE OR CONDITION DESCRIPTIONS.

My low opening bid in no way reflects the true value of this item.

IN FAIRNESS TO ALL eBAYERS, WE DO NOT END OUR AUCTIONS EARLY!

Please contact me with your questions but not with offers to buy outright.
I prefer PAYPAL but happily accept USPS money orders, personal or bank cashier's checks.
Payment must be received within SEVEN days of auction close. Winning bidder should complete eBay's checkout .
Thanks for looking!

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