It's a Belgium built 1990 model as shown on the attached picture. The water intake is under the cav plate instead of on the sides of its gear case which makes flushing more difficult. You'll need a bucket!
Nice motors, I like the gears being built into the throttle. yes that's a stop button on the end of its tiller and yes the kill cord goes to the kill switch on the front/side of motor, near the choke (pics to show)
As its a switch it can run without the cord (handy for MOB recovery) so just make sure you do use the kill cord at all times
, especially if 1 up!
Hope that helps
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