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Cutting a wake

Outboard motor collector Michael Gregg said legend has it that Ole Evinrude, the inventor of the first widely used outboard motor under his previous company, was at a party on an island one day, when his fiancée asked him for an ice cream. He took his rowboat back to the mainland to get the ice cream, but it melted on the way back. He realized his task would’ve been easier if the boat had a motor, and he invented one. Most of Gregg’s motors are either Evinrudes or Johnsons, although he does have a 1959 Chris Craft Challenger, which was noted for its speed.

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