Clark Troller Ooutboard - Ebay US

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Clark Troller Ooutboard - Ebay US

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Just thought I'd share in case anyone here is interested.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Antique ... 8Z&vxp=mtr

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They are really cool......and far coolerish if they run.

Mine has a cracked top exhaust elbow and not all shiny bright.

All it needed was a spark plug. Mine is external coil.

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They are not a practical motor at all but who cares aye!
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Yes, very cool and nice to have in the collection.

It will be interesting to see what it goes for.

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I know of 4 others owned by members of this site, Peter Hunn made a video a couple of months ago of one pushing a dingy owned by one of our members, I think it's going to end up on youtube.
Make it idiot proof and someone will make a better idiot.
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Peter?

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Lucky you're not looking for a sensible answer Charles?
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You know me Bruce, I'm a talker not a typist, you can exchange a lot more information in a 20 minute conversation than you can in a 20 minute email exchange, & you'll know if the guy understood you.

How are you connecting that V plug to your HT lead?
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The Clarke Troller is one of my favorite outboards.

A bizarre design, no gears, no flywheel, water cooled without a water pump and water jackets, a spark plug from a model aircraft engine and a prop with adjustable pitch.
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Very nice Jan.

It will be good to see this finished and running.

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Here's another -

http://www.ebay.com/itm/vintage-antique ... yr&vxp=mtr

Maybe slightly overpriced but it seems to be all there...

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