|Headquarters||Waukegan, Illinois, USA|
Bombardier Recreational Products |
Outboard Marine Corporation
Johnson Outboards was a USA-based manufacturer of outboard motors. The original company to make Johnson inboard motors and outboard motors was the Johnson Brothers Motor Company of Terre Haute, Indiana, United States. A few years after the Johnson brothers' factory in Terre Haute was destroyed by a tornado in March 1913, the brothers relocated to South Bend, Indiana and then Waukegan, Illinois.
Bombardier Recreational Products no longer sells outboards under the Johnson brand as they have moved all sales entirely to Evinrude Outboard Motors. They continue to support existing Johnson outboard motors through servicing and parts.
- Evinrude Outboard Motors
- Outboard Marine Corporation
- "The Great Indiana Airplane Blunder", Argosy Magazine, Sept. 1961
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