Scott-Atwater produced outboard motors as well as other
products. These motors were very fast, often as fast or faster then the
Mercury motors, but also finicky runners. The K&O versions are a
wonderful replica of the real motors with authentic colors and decals.
They were famous for the "Bail a Matic" feature which was a hose that
came out of the motor, went into the bilge of your boat and bailed out the water
for you! A great feature that was often not working on the motor because
of the position of the water pump that would cause it to burn out when there was
no water in the boat. In 1959, the company dropped the
"Atwater" and just called it's motors "Scott." Later,
it would become the McCulloch brand.
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