Scott Boat Motors

Discussion in 'Bubba's Outboards' started by Dsage, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. Dsage

    Dsage Active Member

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    I have found a great deal on a 12hp Scott. I dont know the year but the person said that is has been restored and runs great It looks new. I have never heard of Scott. Can anyone give me some info on them. How hard would it be to find parts if I was to need them later?
     
  2. RivrLivn

    RivrLivn Member

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  3. ronlyn239

    ronlyn239 New Member

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    If I'm not mistaken, Scott-Attwater was purchased by Chrysler many, many years ago, after chrysler, it became Force. That's the end of what I think I know.
     
  4. Dsage

    Dsage Active Member

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    I went to the site and I can not find a 12hp unit. Here is what the motor looks like if it helps.
     
  5. Dsage

    Dsage Active Member

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    Here is the picture
     

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  6. RivrLivn

    RivrLivn Member

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    The model identification page shows.
    It is toward the bottom of the page.

    (1960) All outboard model identifications all started with a letter, a number. and then two more letters. Available outboards were: 3.6, 5, 7 1/2, 10,12 ,25, 40 and 60 Hp outboards. 1960 motors continued the Bail-A-Matic on all the outboards except for the 3.6 Hp.
    (A3BB) 3.6 Hp
    (A3EB) 7 1/2 Hp
    (A3FB) 12 Hp
     
  7. catfishcrazy256

    catfishcrazy256 New Member

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    HATE TO SAY THIS BUT IF YOU BUY IT BUY A SET OF TOOLS ALSO ,THEY HAVENT MADE SCOTT ATWATER FOR YEARS !!!!!!!:crazy:
     
  8. Old Bill

    Old Bill New Member

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    You might want to check out this web site that pertains to old vintage outboard motors.

    http://www.vintageoutboard.com/home.html

    Better still, send an email to their office asking if parts are available for the Scott from them, or if not where parts might be available...if they are available?

    Good luck,

    Bill

    Email address:
    dbrooke1@vintageoutboard.com
     
  9. BLKCLOUD

    BLKCLOUD New Member

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    She's purdy..it depends on what you want it for, to have and show off...go get it, to put out in the river and run downstream to fish.. run the other way....I have been stranded my share of times in much newer models.. I dont think I could enjoy fishing worrying about if i were going to make it back before dark or not..:wink: