All the vintage Wizard outboard parts listed on these pages have been carefully removed from select outboard motors. The pictures shown are pictures of the actual part you are purchasing and all parts shown are included. Be aware that many of the Wizard parts as well as other outboards such as Mercury, Oliver or McCulloch have interchangeable ... The only size available in 1946 was a 3.6 Hp. They added a 7.5 in 1947. By 1949 the line had grown to a 3.6, 4, 5, and 7.5 Hp. The 4 to 7.5 Hp outboards were available with "Full Shift" F-N-R (forward-neutral-reverse). Scott-Atwater and Firestone were the first outboards with a line of shiftable motors.
The evolution of United States Motor Power started back in 1946 with the West Bend Company producing outboard engines primarily under private label brands. The West Bend Company really got things going in 1951 with an offspring of a 1 1/4 horsepower, air cooled outboard power head. The first use of these engines was for brush cutters and chainsaws. 26 results for wizard outboard motor Save wizard outboard motor to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. Unfollow wizard outboard motor to stop getting updates on your eBay Feed. After WWII the vintage outboards came in every color imaginable. The Flambeau outboard came in burgundy. The Mercury outboards came in wild colors like Sunset orange, Sarasota blue, Aztec copper and Mercury green. The gold Wizard outboard motor was built by Kiekhaefer Mercury and was sold through the Western Auto stores.