National Geographic : 1967 Jun
Meet the newest edition of Boating's Favorite Fun Machine You're looking at the 1967 Evinrude Lark--the most popular power package in boating. More people own Larks than any other motor; any model, any make. It could be because the Lark is the last word in luxury-with push-button electric shifting, sound sealed quieting, key-turn starting, and automatic just-about-everything. But more likely it's because, over the years, no motor made has been so right for so many different kinds of boats and so many different kinds of boating fun. At 40 horsepower, the Lark is spirited enough for slalom skiing, rugged and reliable enough for big water fishing, smooth enough for all-day trolling, powerful enough for family boating, light enough for long distance trailering, and luxurious enough for yacht club living. That's not just our opinion. The Lark has earned its credentials in hundreds of millions of miles of boat ing - much of it by knowledgeable boatsmen who are now running their second or third Lark. It's hard to go wrong on a motor as right as this. See the Lark at your Evinrude dealer, listed in the Yellow Pages. Catalog free. Write Evinrude Motors, 4166 N. 27th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216. s 8 firstin outboards Div. of OutboarTd Marine Corp.