First built in 1928, the CT-series engines were totally enclosed. This being a 1941 model, we can assume it was one of the last built. Check out the hot-tube ignition conversion replacing the stock spark plug and magneto.
The Stover’s only protection from the elements was a thin piece of corrugated sheet metal. Three bits, possibly used to drill the well, can be seen behind the engine.
The 5 HP Stover on its way to a place far away from any oil field duties. What a find!
A 4 HP Moore “Sure Cool” and mixer photographed in Michigan some time before 1920
A 3 HP Associated on an early portable mixer, circa 1920