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    yep that was a great looking engine as was the 135 that year
    You could do a great paint job on the hull using the same scheme as well.
    76 and 77 was also cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamppanther View Post
    That's my favorite Evinrude paint and decal pattern, I'm restoring my 75/75 that I've had since I was 15yrs old, lots of NOS parts,I've got lots to do! I hope mine will look as nice yours!
    The decals are not listed on ebay but I know the address of the maker-I sent him an original set from ca. 1980
    to use as pattern. I had to get the paint from a guy in Canad, see the links on

    mccauleyandson.com

    The rubber trim is N/A and what the Canadian guy sells doesn't work unless you trim it.

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