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Question Reviving a Neptune Trolling Motor

I have uncovered a Neptune, Mighty Mite, model#WC1, Serial# B676RK

I am lookling to buy one off of Ebay to use as future parts for the one I have uncovered in my Father-in -Laws garage. Anyone have any info or know where I can find a manual for it? I got the old motor to crank this morning. I plan on sticking it on the back of this Nissan blow up raft, it is about 8' long. I picked up the boat at a yardsale for $50, it is in very good condition.

Look's like something I could even put a sail on. I saw a similar sized blow up raft yesterday that came with a sail. Guy had it on the beach yesterday. It was an interesting site to say the least. It has me scratching my head thinking I could dothe same thing with my dingy. Do they sell kits for something like that?

I figure since I can fit both the boat and the motor in the trunk of my wifes compact pontiac G5 it is just the perfect vehical to get back and forth to mooring.


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