Gas Engine Magazine Readers Help to Identify Photos of Tractors
We call on Gas Engine Magazine readers to help identify photos of tractors, includes a detailed description of each tractor and photos.
Photo courtesy of Lloyd B. Hilton, Marne, Michigan.
LLOYD B. HILTON
Courtesy of Gerald Jacobson, Marshfield, Wisconsin.
PHOTO: GERALD JACOBSON
1. A cast iron, upright, air-cooled, 4 stroke cycle, throttle governed, battery and coil ignition, engine of about Hp. at 300 to 500 rpm. I have been told that it was made for the Duro Washing Machine Company by the Stover Engine Company. I would appreciate any further information on this engine.
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2. An aluminum, upright, air-cooled, 2 stroke cycle, 3600 R.P.M. maximum speed governor, side crank engine with magneto driven by a pin in the crank. There is no name anywhere and the paint color suggests that it might have driven a generator to power a radio transmitter for the U.S. Army. I would like some information about this engine.