- Most importantly it has a frame mounted magneto which is not common (Liberty Singles were also produced with a magneto in the flywheel).
- The serial number is on the exhaust as is the letter "M" which obviously indicates magneto.
- Secondly, this motor has an aluminum transom clamp, also not common.
- And last it has the lifting handle which was shipped with all Liberty singles, but it usually has been lost.
- Liberty Single #36476; This Liberty Single has a magneto in the flywheel and in one pic you can see the cover has been moved aside so there is access to the points for adjustment.
- Img 7021 shows the serial number in the most often found spot which is on the side of the transom clamp under the exhaust. These numbers are often very difficult to see because they were stamped on, sometimes without much enthusiasm. If the number isn't here look on the exhaust manifold. Every once on awhile you'll find it elsewhere on the transom clamp.
- Img 7035 height adjustor
Caille Liberty Drive was designed by our general superintendent, Antoine Liberty, whose experience in the marine field extends over a period of more than thirty years. ...