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Old 08-09-2008, 19:24   #1
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Wanted: British Seagull 40 plus with Clutch

This would be a motor whose serial number begins with FPC, GFPC or EPPC. I want the regular shaft, not the long shaft.

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John,
Have you tried on Craig's List?
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Yes, nothing there at the moment, and nothing with a clutch on ebay either.
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I know a fella who has a half a dozen. I will ask him about parting with one. I don't know the model #'s, but he is trying to downsize......LOLOLOLOL

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Thanks! I'll be glad to help him downsize if he has what I'm looking for.

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He mentions 2 1/2......3......., or 6. Now that 3 might be a 4. He was on his way out the door. Do these numbers make sense to you?
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He mentions 2 1/2......3......., or 6. Now that 3 might be a 4. He was on his way out the door. Do these numbers make sense to you?
No, I'm afraid not. The 40 plus was a 2 1/2-3 hp motor, so maybe he was referring to that. Once again, I want a late model 40 plus with a clutch. It would have been manufactured after 1978 with one of the three types of s/n's listed in my original post. Short shaft.
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