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Post by Retroman »

Pretty cool working on these engines that ave been around longer that I have. Im no expert, just feeling my way around learning from my mistakes. I need a rotor.

Thanks for watching.
Built A Zip/Flying Saucer. I do my boating on South Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY
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Post by gdcarpenter »

Try, received lots of great help from them while restoring my '59 nMark 35A.
This is my first, last and only boat build.

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Post by Bob Maskel »

This site has a lot of resources/parts also...
Sea Knight on the water/Malahini in progress

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Post by Mike Sea »

I have a rotor for a 1955 Fairbanks mag that was used on the Mark 55 motors, drop me an email at

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