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TOPIC: I have a Chrysler 45 traced the date to 1969,

I have a Chrysler 45 traced the date to 1969, 4 months 2 weeks ago #132580

I'm going to need some input if anyone has a few minutes .

Model 4555
How many CCA do i need to start that motor?

i'm have a small 1959 lake and sea i'm going to use it for, thats if it even runs or is repairable
ALSO, should I get a battery that is duel purpose or maybe one of those gel ones?
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I have a Chrysler 45 traced the date to 1969, 4 months 1 week ago #132670

Your engine looks like a magneto ignition without a charging system so youll want some reserve in case you need several starts. on a test stand a small lawn and garden battery would work, 250cca. But don't use that on the water.... maybe 400- 500cca's or more. A gel battery is a great choice if you can afford one.
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