Bask in the outboardness at The Antique Boat Museum In Clayton and now your living room!

A huge thanks to The Antique Boat Museum and The Wooden Boat Experience Video Series for keeping us all infused with some boat history and passion. Today, we are featuring “Outboards: The Motors That Changed Pleasure Boating”., and a tour of the building at the Museum that houses them. So here without further delay. Part 2! Hit it.

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13 Responses to “Outboards – Virtual Tour Of The Antique Boat Museums Outboard Collection!”
  1. Bill

    I never knew that scott made a diesel outboard and get that Indian away from the wall and move it to the center of the room that’s one of the stars of the collection. some real nice motors in that gathering

  2. dave clyne

    Terrible video. Magnificent display but missed by ever moving camera. What was he trying to do but make me dizzy ? I had to look away to give my eyes a break. Heavy snow falling outside, argue !

  3. Syd

    Always nice to see. Outboards are a lot of fun. The Indian outboard was a great looking motor but let’s just say not the best running ones out there. My Mullins 1929 outboard originally came with one. The original owner told us they had so much trouble with it that two years later they replaced it with an evinrude that still runs great we got it with the boat. Some of my outboard collection

  4. In Stitches

    And I thought my wife’s collection of shoes was bad

  5. Greg Lewandowski

    Off the subject of outboard motors, but look what’s falling from the sky in Michigan this morning!

  6. Verne

    They need to have one of these in there. Evinrude’s 1st V4.

  7. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )

    As I have said before ” How Cool was that !” You all know that I am an outboard guy at heart. I recognized all of them, own some of them. I am at a loss for words. Your right Vern they need some late 50 V4 Evinrudes or Johnsons in there. Greg, I have gotten several reports of snow in Michigan this morning. One guy was threatening to get his Snow Machine out.

  8. Dave Nau

    Outboards are the best! Got more people involved in recreational boating than any other form of powered propulsion. For more, go to: aomci.org

  9. Jon

    Hey Matt, at the risk of dredging up bad memories, do they have a Bearcat?

  10. Bill Anderson

    I also have the earlier version of scott diesel ,totally restored by a retired Scott dealer,I have a prettygood selection Of NOS engines never started

  11. John Rothert

    thanks for the story on knuckle busters…now my elbow aches.
    John in Va.