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Although advertised as a Lauson, the solid-flywheel engines were apparently only sold through De Laval as the Alpha model.
This 6-cylinder machine had a canopy unique to Lauson tractors.
This image shows a Lauson engine of unknown size powering a milking machine.
This 1912 Lauson advertisement touts that with the Frost King, “Ignition troubles are eliminated,” and “(The) magneto is guaranteed to outlast the engine.”
The back of this 1986 file photo reads: “Lauson restored by Jim Jones – owned by his uncle Frank Jones. I think this is the only one of this model left in the world. My father had two of them when I was a boy. Destroyed during WW II.”
The front cover of this Lauson tractor booklet shows their premier tractor, the 15-25.