“Reid Two-cycle Engine: This engine, manufactured by the Reid Engine Works during the 1920s and 1930s was cooled by a 250-gallon wood stave circulating tank. It produced 30-45 HP with an average of 200 to 300 RPMs. Provided steady and dependable pow
“One Flywheel Superior CMB No. 50045: This engine manufactured by the Ajax Corp. of Carie, Pa., in the 1940s, had an updated radiator cooling, clutch and magneto system. It is still manufactured today under the Ajax name. This unit was probably the
“Superior Two-cycle Engine No. 24177: Manufactured by the National Supply Co., Springfield, Ohio. Cooling was achieved by circulation of water to a wooden 250-gallon tank. The engine averaged 200 to 300 RPMs. The cooling tank (not shown) was a popul
There was no sign on this engine, but the tag on the front of the hopper identifies it as a 2-1/2 HP Galloway.