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1960 Flying Scott 60HP Without an issue... 1 year 6 months ago #123521

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Good day Gentlemen,
Brand new to the forums and proud owner of the only Flying Scott 60HP that runs perfect first time every time. Bought it along with a 1960 GlassCraft Cavalier. It had been used sparingly and kept in a garage by the same owner since it was new until last year. What an original gem! I just wanted to let the other Scott owners know that there is at least one (for now) that still runs like it was new. Here's a couple pictures (if they post as I can't preview to see if they upload until I submit...):

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Re:1960 Flying Scott 60HP Without an issue... 1 year 6 months ago #123522

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trying the edit to put up pics...
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Re:1960 Flying Scott 60HP Without an issue... 1 year 2 months ago #128917

Thats pretty sweet

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1960 Flying Scott 60HP Without an issue... 7 months 2 weeks ago #132212

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Awesome! and I have a couple of observations for you. I think your motor may be a 1959 or at the very least an early 60. There are a couple of tells 1) the block is painted white, my 60 motor is red. 2) the carbs appear to be the type used in 59. I have a 59 parts motor with the same carb setup.

Something else that I'm verrrry curious about is the starter. That's a 75hp starter. I would love to see how its mounted and where everything was moved to get it to fit. I see the solenoid is on the front of the lower housing (mine is at the rear mounted to the block.) I have a 75hp starter that I would love to use but I haven't been willing to tackle to mod.

Thanks for sharing and making us all jealous! :)

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