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    Exclamation ** Johnson 1976 - Entire Catalog! **

    A pinnacle year for OMC - the first production V6 outboard.

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    I have the same Catalog. I had a 1976 Johnson 200 on a Hydrostream Vector. A great pkg. Back then.

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    Fantastic! !
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    The good old days.

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    That 70 brings a tear to my eye as it was one of the early engines I fell in love with. Grand Daddy bought a brand new Ranger (yellow) with that engine.

    Who else remembers the additional skeg on the 40'horse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoker1 View Post

    Who else remembers the additional skeg on the 40'horse?
    I remember seeing one of those commercial 40s on a Boston Whaler when I was like 15 years old and noticing the odd skeg. I assume it was mainly to protect the propeller from underwater obstructions? If I'm correct that lower unit is a two-piece design, which would make that modification easy for production. That was a very large 40, and it's interesting that it's essentially the very same outboard platform that OMC had been using for their large twins since the 1950s. Must have been a very reliable design. I know they kept that old 40 design for their commercial series for some years after removing it from the consumer lineup for the new 35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laker View Post
    Fantastic! !
    Thanks Virus!
    I knew you would like this one Jedi Master - I especially chose this year for you!
    I think you will like the next one I post even more, in recognition of that awesome orange Stinger you recently got!

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    Great post,

    I really like the variety of boats, an old Seacraft, the banana Whaler Revenge, and that fiberglass pontoon with the lanterns is awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scream And Fly View Post
    I knew you would like this one Jedi Master - I especially chose this year for you!
    I think you will like the next one I post even more, in recognition of that awesome orange Stinger you recently got!
    Love it! Virus, You are the BEST!
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    I used to collect those catalogs at boat shows when I was a kid. Probably had that one.

    76 had to be the worst color ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2.5-21 View Post
    76 had to be the worst color ever!
    Nah, the year when they had the charcoal black mid and white cowlings does it for me.
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    What made the Javelin different than the standard 85? My neighbors had one on a 15' open-bow Glastron tri-hull when I was a kid.
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    Good looking graphics.

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    What made the Javelin different than the standard 85? My neighbors had one on a 15' open-bow Glastron tri-hull when I was a kid.
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    Funny how those graphics would later be adopted the whole line.
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    I've always felt that the 1980 Johnson graphics were the very best ever, which is very similar to the Stinger graphics in the above catalog. I never particularly liked the standard 1976 colors as much, even though dark olive green was used several times in the Johnson lineup, I never liked it. That 75 Stinger looks awesome though! And I absolutely love the all-orange Stingers - so awesome. I've always felt that the three-cylinder OMC looper was one of the greatest outboard designs of all time.

    That Larson with the twin 55s is pretty cool - you don't see that kind of configuration often. That boat must plane like a beast, too.

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