THE JOHNSON JUNIOR MOTOR.
As the public gradually awoke tothe fact that the outboard motor offered the world’s most free and least expensive means of mechanised water travel, so there came onto the market many motors designed especially for economy and ease of operation. Several were built here in
England, but there came no move from the Johnson factory. But experiments were going on, just the same. Then Mr. Millet, the American salesmanager made a sudden appearance in England, bringing with him a batch of beautifully finished little
motors selling at the most reasonable figure of £23. The Johnson Junior represents the result of careful experiments to produce the last word in economy outboard motors. It is one of these motors that we are offering as a prize in our competition.
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