Diversity was the order of the day at the 2003 Root & VanDervoort Reunion.
Just part of the lineup of R&V engines, displayed by Dave Miller.
Rie Faulk, Columbia City, Ind., brought this interesting nickle-plated 1 HP circa 1914 R&V Triumph. The engine was originally used as a salesman's sample and was displayed at agricultural shows and county fairs.
R&V registrar Peter Lowe came all the way from Australia for the reunion. John Nikodym's 1924 R&V Knight (right).
Nameplate on John Nikodym's 2 HP 'EI Triunfo.'
Very nice, very original 6 HP 1907 engine owned by Rick Butts, Troy, III.
Gene DeCamp, Cottonwood, Ariz., sold his 1904 4 HP sideshaft at the show.
Bill McLaughlin's air-cooled 4 HP 1910 vertical (left). The Tuller family's 1 HP 1900 vertical (right), was the oldest engine at the show.
Mark Ingram's fabulous 3 HP 1903 sideshaft.
El Juenke brought a trailer loaded with R&V verticals, all belted and running.
Glenn Karch's 6 HP 1915 Triumph.
20 HP circa 1905 sideshaft owned by brothers Norman and Dewayne Long.