Vintage
1930 EVINRUDE
Fold-Light Outboard Motor Mint

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STAND
INCLUDED.
SHIPPING ADDITIONAL!

One Only Available!

Year:
1930 Name: Fold Light Model: 162 Serial
Number:
162228 H.P. 2.75
Length
extended:
36“ Folds to: 11 1/2 x 13 1/4 x 17”
Weight:
29 pounds
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Presented is an exquisitely restored 1930 Evinrude Fold-Light
outboard motor that was made strictly for display for those who appreciate the restoration as a form of art.
Hundreds of hours were spent in cleaning, stripping, painting, chroming, polishing
replacing decals and then reassembling everything into
a finished motor like the one you see. The end result is a spectacular nostalgic display
of American industrial manufacturing art.

 

Since
both the availability of complete old engines is small, and the restoration labor intensive, the supply of the finished product
is very limited. For example, we have only one
1930 Evinrude Fold-Light outboard motor in collector quality, condition available, and no other
in the pipeline.

 

The design was invented by
Ole Evinrude in 1929, but not put on the market until the following year. The delay was to allow Steven Briggs to complete
the formation of the Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC). The new company joined together Evinrude, Elto, Lockwood Motors and
the race engine manufacture with Ole Evinrude as its president. Three models of the Fold-Light were introduced in 1930, one
through each of the three marques.

 

 

It is intended for “Display Only”. Not Running!

Front of motor & fuel tank
Rear of motor, fly wheel and two mufflers

 

The steering tiller folds down for
carrying
Twin opposing cylinders

Evinrude is one of the most enduring names in outboard motors and celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2008. The patriarch
of the name, Ole, and his wife and partner Bess, were in and out of the business a number of times before Bess succumbed to
ill health in 1933 and passed on. Ole, unable to recover from his loss, died 14 months later at age 57. His son Ralph, took
over the reins and became the new president of OMC. Many advances were made during Ralph’s stewardship and after WW II, the
company enjoyed the boom in boating that followed. After 50 years at the helm, Ralph Evinrude retired as chairman of OMC.
Ralph died in Stuart, FL in 1986 and leaves his second wife, the actress Frances Langford, to follow in the boating tradition
with a large yacht and marina. The company breaks the billion dollar mark in sales after his death. But after this milestone,
the impact of increased government pollution regulations increased costs while sales were declining. This ended with the company
filing for bankruptcy in 2000. Seeing an opportunity, Bombardier of Canada acquired the Evinrude assets and the company was
reborn in 2001, and is operating successfully today.

 

 

An absolutely spectacular display
for the discriminating collector

FLAT RATE SHIPPING
to 48 contigous States $150.00

OUR UNCONDITIONAL ‘NO NONSENSE” GUARANTEE:
If not completely satisfied with your purchase it may be returned, if without damage, within three days of receipt in its
original packaging. Return items must be insured for their full value. Only a prior email authorization by us for the return
is required. Shipping charges are refundable if due to our error within the continental United States.

 

International buyers welcome, but inquire first. We have satisfied
customers in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic,
Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, Estonia, England, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia,
Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Martinique, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Nova
Scotia, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa,
Spain, St. Maarten, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, USVI and the Eastern Caribbean.

 

SHIPPING
& PACKING:
Due to the size and weight of this item, and the large stand, the cost of shipping, packing, and insurance
to your destination must be calculated as an additional charge. We price our shipping honestly, but we expect to be reimbursed
for the nominal cost of packaging materials and handling.

 

This wonderful display celebrates the Evinrude company an icon of the American outboard motor boat scene
of the 1930’s and before

 

 

Copyright 2013 – 2012 by Land And Sea Collection™, All Rights
Reserved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To view our current inventory of fine restored vintage outboard motors for display, click here!

 

This Fine Restored Relic Has Been Sold.
Thank you! Thank you!

MARINE FOLK ART
VINTAGE EVINRUDE

1930 FOLD-LIGHT

OUTBOARD MOTOR FOR DISPLAY

STAND
INCLUDED!

 

One Only Available!

Year:
1930 Name: Fold Light Model: 162 Serial Number:
2304 H.P. 2.75
Length extended: 36“
Folds to: 11 1/2 x 13 1/4 x 17”
Weight:
29 pounds
=LEFT>

 

Presented is an exquisitely restored 1930 Evinrude Fold-Light
outboard motor that was made strictly for display for those who appreciate the restoration as a form of art.
Hundreds of hours were spent in cleaning, stripping, painting, chroming, polishing
replacing decals and then reassembling everything into
a finished motor like the one you see. The end result is a spectacular nostalgic display of American industrial
manufacturing art.

 

Since
both the availability of complete old engines is small, and the restoration labor intensive, the supply of the finished product
is very limited. For example, we have only one
1930 Evinrude Fold-Light outboard motor in collector quality, condition available, and no other
in the pipeline.

 

The design was invented by
Ole Evinrude in 1929, but not put on the market until the following year. The delay was to allow Steven Briggs to complete
the formation of the Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC). The new company joined together Evinrude, Elto, Lockwood Motors and
the race engine manufacture with Ole Evinrude as its president. Three models of the Fold-Light were introduced in 1930, one
through each of the three marques.

 

 

It is intended for “Display Only”. Not Running!

Front of motor & fuel tank
Rear of motor, fly wheel and two mufflers

 

The steering tiller folds down for
carrying
Twin opposing cylinders

Evinrude is one of the most enduring names in outboard motors and celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2008. The patriarch
of the name, Ole, and his wife and partner Bess, were in and out of the business a number of times before Bess succumbed to
ill health in 1933 and passed on. Ole, unable to recover from his loss, died 14 months later at age 57. His son Ralph, took
over the reins and became the new president of OMC. Many advances were made during Ralph’s stewardship and after WW II, the
company enjoyed the boom in boating that followed. After 50 years at the helm, Ralph Evinrude retired as chairman of OMC.
Ralph died in Stuart, FL in 1986 and leaves his second wife, the actress Frances Langford, to follow in the boating tradition
with a large yacht and marina. The company breaks the billion dollar mark in sales after his death. But after this milestone,
the impact of increased government pollution regulations increased costs while sales were declining. This ended with the company
filing for bankruptcy in 2000. Seeing an opportunity, Bombardier of Canada acquired the Evinrude assets and the company was
reborn in 2001, and is operating successfully today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shipping & Packaging

The cost of shipping, packing, handling, and insurance to your destination, will be calculated point to point and is an additional charge. You may email us to get these costs. We price our shipping honestly, but we expect to be reimbursed for the nominal cost of packaging materials and handling.

Our Unconditional 'No Nonsense' Guarantee

If not completely satisfied with your purchase it may be returned, if without damage, within three days of receipt in its original packaging. Return items must be insured for their full value. Only a prior email authorization by us for the return is required. Shipping charges are refundable if due to our error within the continental United States.

International buyers welcome, but inquire first. We have satisfied customers worldwide.

Standard Forms of Payment

Bank wire transfer, cashier’s check, money order, or personal check in which case the item will be held until cleared. Our prices are quoted net to us so that the use of credit cards or PayPal incur extra charges. Terms on overseas sales are different.

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