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Motor seems to be 1992 not 1982.
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good question. it all depends on what you have into it. I have a 80's johnson 40hp that i got in not working condition for 250$ and put 300$ into it and its great motor.
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If you were in the seattle area it would got for 600-1k if it ran well. It looks very clean for it's age.
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should be worth 600 if it is a short shaft. If it is it looks super clean and may be able to get more for it, other then the camo on it might throw some people off.
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slayer73 wrote:should be worth 600 if it is a short shaft. If it is it looks super clean and may be able to get more for it, other then the camo on it might throw some people off.
Looks to be a long shaft,did you see the transom? What's the model # ?
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