Any idea what year this outboard is?
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    Any idea what year this outboard is?

    Garage find, looking for some info. Thanks in advance.


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    Contact these people and its a neat place to visit also: New Jersey Museum of Boating | About the Museum
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPK0620 View Post
    Contact these people and its a neat place to visit also: New Jersey Museum of Boating | About the Museum
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    I sent the pics to my DAD he's restores outboards as a retirement hobby:
    " It is either a Johnson TD from 1949 or a TN from 1950. Both are 5 HP. The TN is the preferred model as it has a neutral shift.. They are very common at swap meets, often mentioned as a beginner’s motor for those just getting started in the hobby. Looking at the pictures I’d say it’s worth $50 – $75. I had a TN that was in excellent cosmetic condition and it ran beautifully and it sold for $100. DAD."


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    Thanks bud for the info


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    Sometimes it’s the last 2 digits in the serial number with those models followed by letter x

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