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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-13-2005, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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[attachmentid=19756]Hey!!!! Just wondered if anyone out there knows about 1973 Johnson Rampage's???? Just picked up a pair in very good condition. Can't seem to find out anything usefull online. Value/Rare/Wanted???? I have pics, I can send. Thanks, Kevin ciw@fulton-net.com
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There is a following for them in the mid-west.....try checking eBay for value estimates....looks like you got some decent ones....

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There is a following for them in the mid-west.....try checking eBay for value estimates....looks like you got some decent ones....
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Ya, already checked, none to compare. I spent forever searching online and cant find anything. Thanks for the input though. Kevin
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Have you tried:
http://www.umit.maine.edu/~christopher_peary/omc.htm

http://www.VSCA.com

There are a few other resource links on my site's link page....

I did this search on eBay - you are going to have to check regularily to see what shows up -
http://search-desc.ebay.com/Johnson-Snowmo...ntrypageZsearch

Also - try looking for OMC and Evinrude snowmobiles - they were basically the same with different paint schemes.....

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Have you tried:
http://www.umit.maine.edu/~christopher_peary/omc.htm

http://www.VSCA.com

There are a few other resource links on my site's link page....

I did this search on eBay - you are going to have to check regularily to see what shows up -
http://search-desc.ebay.com/Johnson-Snowmo...ntrypageZsearch

Also - try looking for OMC and Evinrude snowmobiles - they were basically the same with different paint schemes.....

Good luck!
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Ya, been all those places. I do find Johnsons, but mostly Skee Horses. These would probibly have a different following, because the looks are so different. Might just list them and see where it goes. Just wanted to have a better idea of what they might be worth so as to set a researve. Thanks, Kevin
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[attachmentid=19756]Hey!!!! Just wondered if anyone out there knows about 1973 Johnson Rampage's???? Just picked up a pair in very good condition. Can't seem to find out anything usefull online. Value/Rare/Wanted???? I have pics, I can send. Thanks, Kevin* ciw@fulton-net.com
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Well they run as good as they look, your looking at 300 to 400 for each. If they don't run then 150 to 250 for each. Now remember these are ebay prices and you need to sell during snowmobile season. By the way are they electric start? And where are you located. I'm a omc nut and I just bought a 73 30hp rampage for 100.00 non-run but in good condition.
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what kind of engines do the rampages heve?

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what kind of engines do the rampages heve?
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they have 30 hp.
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Well they run as good as they look, your looking at 300 to 400 for each. If they don't run then 150 to 250 for each. Now remember these are ebay prices and you need to sell during* snowmobile season. By the way are they electric start? And where are you located. I'm a omc nut and I just bought a 73 30hp rampage for 100.00 non-run but in good condition.
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they both fired with a shot of starting fluid. that is all i've done. the only thing missing is the keys. they do have there share of dings but over all they are nice. no they don't have electric start. I am located in n.w. ohio west of toledo
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Well they run as good as they look, your looking at 300 to 400 for each. If they don't run then 150 to 250 for each. Now remember these are ebay prices and you need to sell during snowmobile season. By the way are they electric start? And where are you located. I'm a omc nut and I just bought a 73 30hp rampage for 100.00 non-run but in good condition.
wmcpherson98... I see you are a O.M.C nut. Do you have a particular model of the O.M.C Snowmobiles you like better than the other O.M.C models? Or is it just basically O.M.C in general? Cause if you like all their models, I have some Evinrude and Johnson Snowmobiles I am considering selling. I have a 1968 Johnson Skee-Horse with electric start, wide track, and reverse. I have two 1969 Johnson Skee-Horse's with electric start, wide track and reverse. I have a 1970 Johnson Skee-horse that is a fixer upper. I also have a 1969 Evinrude Skeeter with electric start, wide track and reverse. I also have a 1970 Evinrude Skeeter with electric start, wide track and reverse. Also have a 1973 Evinrude Quiet Flite RC 35, 1974 Evinrude Skimmer. I also have... A 1968 Evinrude Skeeter and some others, like a Evinrude Bobcat SS, a plain Bobcat, a 1967 Evinrude Skeeter, and a parts 1965-1967 Evinrude Skeeter. I also have just parts as well. If you are interested in anything I have, please let me know. I also have a Johnson Cutter pull behind sleigh. It is now hooked to a 1968 Johnson Skee-Horse. Thank you. Dan.
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