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    kmead

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    #184864

    Hello all,
    Can anyone help identify year and make of this motor? Estimate of value?
    Thanks

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    #184871

    Sea King motors were manufactured by various sources for sale through Montgomery Wards. Yours was made by Outboard Motors Corporation….which became OMC.

    I believe yours is a 1936 1.5HP.

    Lets see what others have to say about the value.

    Google Evinrude 4146 and see if you recognize the similarities

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    #184881

    $10 tops

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    2fast4me
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    #184885

    Missing prop, tiller handle, magneto advance lever, carb. Lots of corrosion that might clean up. Nice gas tank and decal. I wouldn’t pay much but i might buy it, i like the little ones.

    2Fast4Me

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    kmead

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    #184919

    Sea King motors were manufactured by various sources for sale through Montgomery Wards. Yours was made by Outboard Motors Corporation….which became OMC.

    I believe yours is a 1936 1.5HP.

    Lets see what others have to say about the value.

    Google Evinrude 4146 and see if you recognize the similarities

    Thanks so much for the great information. Very helpful.

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    dave-bernard
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    #184927

    IS the cover on the back? it should be over the carb has lean on it.

    Tom
    Tom
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    #184932

    Yep, cover and tank are on backwards, too.

    Yikes.

    T

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    #184934

    IS the cover on the back? it should be over the carb has lean on it.

    I think so. On the first picture?

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