This engine pictured on the left was made in September 1915. It has a speed control on the left flywheel and the speed can be changed by grabbing the disc in the center of the flywheel and move it in or out. When I got this engine many of the parts were g
This photo of a self-propelled wood saw rig was sent to us by Earl Rains, 209 N. Olive St., Eldon, MO 65026, and was given to him by Ray Curtwright, of 221 E. Marian St., Paris, MO. Earl met Roy some years ago at the Mark Twain Old Threshers Show in Paris
This 4 HP engine was marketed by the Colbert Mfg. Co. in St. Joseph, Missouri. Approximate year this engine was made is 1910. It is the usual 4 cycle design, hit and miss, with battery ignition. It (like some Galloway engines) is capable of running in eit
This 2 HP engine was originally bought new in 1912 by my great grandfather. It still retains the original skids and battery box. The name tag and oiler plug were the only parts purchased by myself to make the unit complete. When new it was put on a pumpja
This 1960 John Deere 830 Wheatlander is owned by Ronald T. Bastian, Claremont, NH 03745. It is not only a showpiece, but a blue ribbon winner for tractor pulling.