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Horsley-Anarak
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Built for Antarctic use.

Post by Horsley-Anarak »

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Penguin-Outbo ... 1c4c71f8ea :lol:

Rare Southern Hemisphere version.

H-A
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Amazing ...I have more than a few Antarctic Whale outboards.
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I like the
DIESEL ONLY
sticker
(third picture)
but you would need quite a lot more compression to get it to run.
SJP11446LL parts only, TC52234L unrestored, THC67581L unrestored, FP1986JJ4 running, GF2355EE7 running,TC63272 work in progress, AD52014 unrestored, sEEgull work in progress.
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That,s nothing there,s a woman in edinburgh gumtree selling one that take,s petrol or diesal how good is that
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model 75
There you go H-A, that's the gearbox/pumphousing i'm after for my "bitsa".

I'm buggered if i'm buying another motor just for spares :lol: :lol:

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headdownarseup wrote:model 75
There you go H-A, that's the gearbox/pumphousing i'm after for my "bitsa".

I'm buggered if i'm buying another motor just for spares :lol: :lol:

jon
Are you sure a Penguin is compatible with a Seagull Jon ?

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ABSOLUTELY
very good swimmers both of them!
:lol: :lol:

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only one Fly's............
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Adrian Dale wrote:only one Fly's............
And only one of them steels ya chips/fries on the seaside aye?

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Jon i pm ed you regarding pumphousing
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Dont you beleive it!
Those penguins like to munch on your ice cream as well (cheeky buggers) never mind the seagulls
:lol:

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Nuts!

"ICE" cream seems to make sense.........of course they would.

Now how would they handle a couple of cones then?

:wink:

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