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Cliff Scott and H. Bruce Atwater owned a small tool shop equipped with a good press. They started their business in 1932.
After that, Cliff Scott and H. Bruce Atwater completely switched to the manufacture of outboard motors.
In 1941, Scott and Atwater, with their Champion engine, became the second (the first was Evinrude) the largest manufacturer of outboard motors in the United States.
By 1951, the full line of motors included 3.6; 4; 5; 7.5; 10 and 16 hp In the same year, fashion came to write speed on the hoods of engines.
If “1-12” is written on the engine hood with a power of 3.6 hp, this means that a boat with such a motor can move at a speed of 1 to 12 miles per hour.
Scott-Atwater received an offer from McCulloch to sell the production of outboard motors. Scott-Atwater did not resist for a long time and sold its business.
1956 was also the last year the Corsair outboard motor was produced, which Scott-Atwater has been producing since 1946.
In 1958, the production of a 60-horsepower 3-cylinder engine was started. The name of the motor quietly transformed into Scott or Scott-McCulloch.
By 1964, all motors were called only McCulloch, but soon production was completely discontinued.