1982 Chrysler Outboard Motor Prices and Values

Select Chrysler Outboard Motors Models Below

Chrysler Note

No longer in production.
(1984 - 1980)

OUTBOARD MOTORS

HP
Dry
Weight
(lbs)
Volt
Thrust
Cyl
Start
Type
Tilt
Trim
Fuel
Type
32H2 3.5 32 0 0 1 Manual No Gasoline
42H2 4 35 0 0 1 Manual No Gasoline
64H2 6 51 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
71H2 7.5 62 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
72H2 7.5 53 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
95H2 9.9 80 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
98H2 9.9 70 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
92H2 9.9 70 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
152H2 15 58 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
202H2 20 114 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
252H2 25 114 0 0 2 Manual No Gasoline
307H2 30 125 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
457H2 45 155 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
507H2 50 145 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
559H2 55 180 0 0 2 Electric No Gasoline
756H2 75 275 0 0 3 Electric No Gasoline
758H2 75 275 0 0 3 Electric Yes Gasoline
858H2 85 275 0 0 3 Electric Yes Gasoline
1058H2 105 301 0 0 4 Electric Yes Gasoline
1158H2 115 305 0 0 4 Electric Yes Gasoline
1258H2 125 305 0 0 4 Electric Yes Gasoline
1408H2 140 305 0 0 4 Electric Yes Gasoline
With the Chrysler name best known in the auto industry, the United States company had actually been a fixture in the marine motor industry. Supplying boat engines since the 1920s, Chrysler entered the outboard motor market in 1965 after buying West Bend Outboards. Producing outboard motors until 1984, marine brand Force took over Chrysler’s business.