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Missing Details on 2-Cycle Hit and Miss Engine

4/22/2013 4:38:00 PM

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I have been collecting and restoring antique engines since the early ‘70s. Recently at an estate auction I purchased the very small 2-cycle hit-and-miss engine pictured here. I’ve restored it, and it runs very well. The information plate shown has no information on it, but shows a place for TYPE, RPM, HP and MFG BY with the name ground off. Does anyone out there in engine land have one like it, or can anyone give me the manufacturer name and associated information related to the engine? I will greatly appreciate it. Harry Thurston, 7056 Akron Rd., Lockport, NY 14094; (716) 433-5263 

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clyde
7/2/2014 7:59:56 PM
Eny one out their know about a weber two cycle engine thay think it around 70 h.p.



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