During an accident, the Olds’ flywheels scraped on the ground when the engine flew off a trailer. Several spokes were broken and needed to be repaired. Note the “Type A No. 7” on the crankcase cover. According to its nameplate, this engine is actually a Type 6A Olds. For some reason, perhaps an earlier accident, the wrong crankcase cover was used. The oiler shown lubricates the connecting rod bearing.
Photo By Bill Vossler