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Anyone have info on this 5HP Clinton/Wards outboard?

I picked this up amazingly cheap for its condition (immaculately stored after a rebuild, from the looks of it). The spots in pictures are dust (macro mode is awesome on my new camera!). It has been a long time since I have owned anything other than a tank top - is this a common modern fitting?



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Looks like a pretty standard fuel quick release fitting. You should be able to find something similar at the chandlery.
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Post back when you find the female fitting. I've a 7.5 big brother to your motor.
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did ya try here?

Clinton Engine Products Co. 605 E. Maple St. P.O. box 860 Maquoketa, Iowa 52060-0860


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