• 1949 Johnson Model SD-20
  • Buck McCune running his air powered motor
  • 1931 Fay Bow outboard with a 1931 Evinrude Fastwin
  • JayandDuke

The Antique Outboard Motor Club

Devoted to those with a passion for antique outboards

A world-wide non-profit organization

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Antique Outboard Racing Parts Auction

February 21, 2019 - Antique Outboard Racing Parts Auction

Antique Outboard Racing Parts Auction Saturday March 2, 2019 1:00 PM CST – 4:00 PM CST 7:00 PM CST – 9:00 PM CST Parts are from the late Tom Moulder’s shop. Purpose is to help the family pay medical expenses. View Parts with description and Part numbers on the photo bucket link http://s1102.photobucket.com/user/AORE/library/TM%20Evinrude%20and%20Johnson%20Antique %20Outboard%20Parts Parts …

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Website Update Inner Sanctum Is Back 1-26-19

January 26, 2019 - Website Update Inner Sanctum Is Back 1-26-19

AOMCI Members, Website update ” The Inner Sanctum is Back” We have incorporated it into the main menu. We will be adding to this section from here on out , take a look you will find loads of information in this area for active members of The AOMCI. We are asking all Chapter Presidents and …

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Website Update Members Only & Library sections

January 12, 2019 - Website Update Members Only & Library sections

Dear Members Starting 1-12-19 we started adding info to the Members Only & Library section of our site. This will be an ongoing event throughout the year as information is updated. Keep a lookout for added features & items. If you have items of interest to add send all inquiries to vptech@aomci.org

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A different way to promote the Club.

July 18, 2018 - A different way to promote the Club.

I tried something different recently to promote the club (and our family dog grooming and boarding business): my son Azrik and I took part in a local parade. The festival the parade was part of has a heritage theme, and we were among some 50 classic cars and a few old tractors; it was easy …

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Upcoming Events

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Bud Bowley’s Meet: Pine Tree Boating Club Chapter

March 2, 2019 - 601 Ridge Road

This is the PTBC Chapter Annual Meeting. Our only dry meet because we hardly know what to do with ourselves on land. To distract ourselves from not being on the water we hold a fast paced and high stakes auction. Members are encouraged to bring items for the auction and to take home more than …

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Newburyport Antique Outboard Meet

March 9, 2019 - North End Boat Club

  Announcing a NEW Meet, to replace the old Georgetown, MA Antique Outboard Meet. The new meet site is the North End Boat Club, in Newburyport , MA. The North End Boat Club has a wonderful site on the Merrimack River with a big parking lot, and a large clubhouse. The club is made up …

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“Spring Forward” meet at The Silver Lake Marina

March 10, 2019 - Silver Lake Marina

Come to the Silver Lake Marina “Spring Forward Meet”(first day of daylight savings) Meet. Bring motors to display. Peoples Choice awards are given for the top four places. Business meeting. There is plenty of room to park, swap and sell motors etc. The Marina bar and restaurant is a wonderful place with a great atmosphere …

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Sonnyland Meet

March 16, 2019 - Sonnyland Meet

Dry Swap Display Formal Nice display area, meeting tables and chairs will be provided. Plenty of swap and sell area outside so bring your unwanted and neglected motor or parts to sell. Sonny Clark is our chapter expert on wooden boats and has restored many Lyman boats so if you have any questions about restoring …

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The Old Bay Chapter Spring Fling

March 30, 2019 - Club 66

The Old Bay Chapter annual informal spring meet. Display, swap and sell vintage motors, parts and associated items. Bring what you have and maybe pickup a new project. Plenty of free parking and indoor restrooms. Small donation for use of the building and lunch. Always a fun meet. From IS 95 (Edgewood exit) south on …

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We Are The Antique Outboard Motor Club

Collecting antique outbards since 1965

In 1866, the first outboard device was patented. Since that time, over 160 manufacturers have entered the industry – few remain. Names like Caille, Waterman, Walnut, Lockwood, Motorgo, Columbian, Gray and Ferro are all forgotten except at AOMCI.

Your membership in AOMCI will provide you with a rich mixture of personal associations and accomplishments. You’ll meet interesting new people while following leads provided by the Club to add motors to your collection; make new friends by joining a chapter of the Club in your area or by corresponding with other members and realize a great deal of satisfaction and pride from participating in displays, shows and Club Meets.