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Value 1957 Johnson 35hp

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  • Value 1957 Johnson 35hp

    whats the value of my engine good running condition 135 psi in both cylinders


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    Re: Value 1957 Johnson 35hp

    Howdy.I'd guess probably around $200., if you find someone who wants it.Engines that old often do anything a newer one will and are much more valuable to the owner than to a potential buyer.Good luck.
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    • #3
      Re: Value 1957 Johnson 35hp

      $200 is a pretty good guess. A complete package would include the two-line pressure tank, the control box and cables (shift and throttle), the electrical wire harness from motor to control panel, if electric start, including the transom box for the starter solenoid and the push buttons for the dash. If it has the generator package, it should also have the larger transom box with the solenoid and the regulator, as well as the ammeter for the dash.It just all depends....

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      • #4
        Re: Value 1957 Johnson 35hp

        Hello.A real nice refinished one(1958) went on e-bay for $1375 on June 17.(auction #1835926494).If yours is an electric start with generator and the whole deal Oldboat1 described,then I think you can get a whole lot more than 200.But it depends on its looks and what a collector is willing to pay.
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