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Old 09-30-2011, 04:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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N.O.S New Old Stock OMC Johnson Evinrude and Other Parts and Service

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Old 10-01-2011, 11:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Arrow Johnson and evinrude snowmobiles for sale

Some of the show sleds....have another indoor unit filled top and bottom with mostly NOS parts, 9 more sleds (8 of which are for sale) and tons of other miscellaneous accessories. The 8 snowmobiles that are for sale are as follows:

*************JOHNSON AND EVINRUDE SNOWMOBILES FOR SALE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1.) 1970 Johnson J250 25HP Cleated Narrow Track model -ENGINE RUNS EXCELLENT (first pull every time and 132+ pounds compression in each cylinder) - runs and drives great, the best runner I have ever had. It could use a new set of skis or a nice used pair and we have your pick of new or used in stock. It needs a windshield so buy an original from us and slap one on it. The chassis is in solid shape and was painted a light green sometime ago, the hood paint is a little faded but it still looks very good and the decals are just fine. I replaced all of the fuel lines, rebuilt the fuel pump, replaced the ignition switch with original new old stock, installed a new primer, installed new old stock gas tank valve fittings, used original OMC Engine Tuner in the carb and cylinders before performing proper storage procedures. $950 O.B.O. ASK FOR US TO EMAIL YOU PICS IF INTERESTED

2.) 1971 Johnson Skee-Horse Widetrack 30HP with reverse 25-201RS -no hood, other than that mostly complete needs new seat, can probably salvage the dash, Windshield, carb cleaning and recoil repair and that is about it everything else is there. We can provide endless new and used parts, enough to bring this thing back to life if you can find a hood for it or already have one. I would like to get $450 for it but I am open to offers, this sled was not used much the hood looked brand new. $450 O.B.O.

3.) 1974 Johnson Golden Ghost 30HP Widetrack -very nice complete original condition- no dents. Missing the Snow Flap, Ignition Switch, Windshield, Air Box, Snow Flap, as well as a few other minor parts to get going but we have everything available in our warehouse that is needed for any repairs. Very nice original complete sled that won't take much to finish off. $1,300 O.B.O.

4.) 1974 Johnson Golden Ghost that is not so complete but has no dents. This Ghost is missing the Seat, Windshield, Ignition Switch, Coils, Air Box, Snow Flap,we have all of these parts available in our warehouse. $850 O.B.O.

5.) 1973 Johnson Phantom Rotary Powered RC35 - complete and does not need much but maybe a tune up, new gas lines, a carb clean, an ignition switch, and a windshield to get going. We have all parts needed available new. The front bumper is dented that is the only flaw. $1,200 O.B.O.

6.) 1971 Johnson Challenger Narrow Track Molded - EXTREMELY RARE AND HISTORIC PROTOTYPE that was created by an employee at an old Johnson Snowmobile dealership in southeastern Wisconsin. The Challenger may have never appeared in the 1971 Sales Brochure but a design was still in the wings and this sled was that very design, bringing back the Challenger colors from 1970. It is the orange ad black snowmobile on the right side of the pictures in the photo album. The sled is a mix of parts and components of 3 different models; J250, J251M and J251HP. The seat looks like it has never been sat on, this sled was barely used it sat at a dealership until I picked it up 2 months ago. This model sure is one of a kind and the one and only on the production line, the designer and engineer was trying to patent a button on seat riser. This was a cushion laid over the seat raising it about 4 inches, with straps snapping on each side of the tunnel to secure it down. This is a very nice feature to have and who knows when the old man on the trails is going to need that extra cushion, pass it over to him. He had a good idea as this additional cushion is very comfortable and makes the sled a little more versitile. Won't take but a tune up to get this sucker ripping. $5,000 O.B.O.

7.) 1974 Evinude Rotary 45 - missing dash, windshield, ignition switch, some electrical, the transmission, and some other parts but there is a lot there. $475 O.B.O.

8.) 1974 Evinrude Rotary 35 -comes with original registration, low miles, missing skis, basically complete and ready to fix up quick. $495 O.B.O.

ALL SNOWMOBILES ARE LOCATED IN HIGHLAND, MI but we do travel often and can transport a certain number of sleds to your location. Please contact us if you feel our prices are unfair, OBO means "or best offer".

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Old 11-19-2011, 11:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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1976 skimmer track

Looking for a track for my 1976 skimmer. Sled is good shape but spit the track a few years ago. Thanks for you help. Erik
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Old 11-21-2011, 05:39 AM   #4 (permalink)
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TRACK for 1976 Evinrude Skimmer

Erik,
Thank you for your inquiry, does your 1976 Evinrude Skimmer have the Slide Rail suspension or Bogie wheel suspsension? We have tracks available for both styles, price will depend on which track you need. Looking forward to your response.

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Old 11-21-2011, 07:06 PM   #5 (permalink)
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track

I have slide rail suspension. Not sure if you got my email. thanks
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Old 11-21-2011, 10:23 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Thumbs up TRACK for 1976 Evinrude Skimmer

Erik,
We have new tracks for the slide rail suspension available, they are updated versions that are 2/3 cleated. These tracks replaced the original SR tracks that were not of the best quality and durability. This is a solid reinforced track that will provide long lasting performance. I am asking the last retail price of $783.59. Please respond with your decision, I look forward to your response.

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Old 11-23-2011, 09:00 PM   #7 (permalink)
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wasn't looking to spend that much, I think I will just part it out. Thanks
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Old 11-24-2011, 01:04 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Question TRACK for 1976 Evinrude Skimmer

Erik,
How much would you be willing to spend on this track? I am open to your best offer...
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Old 11-24-2011, 07:09 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I be willing to spend 150 plus the shipping of course.
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Old 11-24-2011, 11:19 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Post TRACK for 1976 Evinrude Skimmer

I cannot let these tracks go for under $350 each plus shipping, would you be willing to spend that?
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Old 11-25-2011, 08:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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No thanks. I appreciate the reply.
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Old 11-25-2011, 08:22 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Talking TRACK for 1976 Evinrude Skimmer

Would you throw $300 at the track?
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:49 PM   #13 (permalink)
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OMC Parts

Dave,
Do you have a dash/Engine cover for a 1973 Johnson Reveler 27?
Let me know. Thanks
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Old 11-30-2011, 03:33 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Cool

I have that same fiberglass engine cover in the Evinrude version, would that still be of interest to you? I sold the Johnson engine cover last year. I look forward to your response.
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1973 Johnson Reveler 27HP model J27-153M

Jeff,
I do have an engine cover (which is actually fiberglass, not plastic) for this snowmobile in the Evinrude model. The only difference is that there is an Evinrude "E" logo in the bottom center and not the Johnson horse logo. This cover currently sits on an Evinrude Norseman that is in absolutely perfect condition, barely ever rode and stored indoors all its life. I would be willing to separate it from the sled for the right price, value of the sled will drop significantly without it.

These sleds were notoriously loud, not quiet like the Widetracks of that year and the following years. There should be a heat shield behind the mufflers, it also acts as a sound wall but that is only going to reduce noise by a fraction of a decibel. The 2 cylinder opposed engines in these models (used in many other models) had a fairly loud knock to them and really put out some noisy horsepower. The mufflers should definitely be closely inspected for any physical damage or rust where a hole may be starting. It is very common for the inner hood foam (acts as a silencer foam) to deteriorate and crumble away over 40 years, so that is something that you will want to order from us. We have the foam in stock, along with anything else that you could possibly want or need for that sled and all other Johnson/Evinrude Snowmobiles. The hood foam will be your ticket to a quieter ride, a huge difference in noise is noticeable when applied.
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Jeff,
I do have an engine cover (which is actually fiberglass, not plastic) for this snowmobile in the Evinrude model. The only difference is that there is an Evinrude "E" logo in the bottom center and not the Johnson horse logo. This cover currently sits on an Evinrude Norseman that is in absolutely perfect condition, barely ever rode and stored indoors all its life. I would be willing to separate it from the sled for the right price, value of the sled will drop significantly without it.

These sleds were notoriously loud, not quiet like the Widetracks of that year and the following years. There should be a heat shield behind the mufflers, it also acts as a sound wall but that is only going to reduce noise by a fraction of a decibel. The 2 cylinder opposed engines in these models (used in many other models) had a fairly loud knock to them and really put out some noisy horsepower. The mufflers should definitely be closely inspected for any physical damage or rust where a hole may be starting. It is very common for the inner hood foam (acts as a silencer foam) to deteriorate and crumble away over 40 years, so that is something that you will want to order from us. We have the foam in stock, along with anything else that you could possibly want or need for that sled and all other Johnson/Evinrude Snowmobiles. The hood foam will be your ticket to a quieter ride, a huge difference in noise is noticeable when applied.
Dave,
Thank you for the quick response. My intent is for this to be an original rider, therefore I'm not planning on minting it out. Sounds like the engine cover is more expensive than I want to spend. The inside hood foam is gone. How much would new foam cost?
Thanks, Jeff
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Thumbs up 1973 Johnson Reveler 27HP model J27-153M

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Dave,
Thank you for the quick response. My intent is for this to be an original rider, therefore I'm not planning on minting it out. Sounds like the engine cover is more expensive than I want to spend. The inside hood foam is gone. How much would new foam cost?
Thanks, Jeff
Jeff,
What would you be willing to spend on the engine cover? This is a valuable piece to have in order to protect your clothing from gas/oil splatter and quiet down the engine noise. It will also cover that electric starter which you do not want to let get wet on a consistent basis. I am open to offers on it, please submit your best. All new hood foam is $140. Please get back to me with your decisions, I would love to make a deal with you here.
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1973 Johnson Reveler 27HP model J27-153M

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Jeff,
What would you be willing to spend on the engine cover? This is a valuable piece to have in order to protect your clothing from gas/oil splatter and quiet down the engine noise. It will also cover that electric starter which you do not want to let get wet on a consistent basis. I am open to offers on it, please submit your best. All new hood foam is $140. Please get back to me with your decisions, I would love to make a deal with you here.
Jeff,
What have you decided on this stuff? We look forward to your reply, I hope that we can work out a deal.
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hey i was just wondering if you had the complete exhaust for a johnson golden ghost and a good dash for one and how much it would cost?
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Message to omcfanatic regarding Johnson Golden Ghost exhaust parts

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hey i was just wondering if you had the complete exhaust for a johnson golden ghost and a good dash for one and how much it would cost?
omcfanatic,
Sorry for the delayed reply, I had trouble logging into the forum for some time but finally have it figured out. I do have a complete exhaust for a Johnson Golden Ghost and a good dash as well, please email me at deghettod@gmail.com or call me at (248)-821-3283 for details on pricing.
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