Palmer make-and-break marine engine

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Palmer make-and-break marine engine, c. 1901 from Old Marine Engines, The World of the One Lunger, by Stan Grayson, published by International Marine Publishing Company, Camden, Maine.

Kim C. Spaulding of 5 High Street, E. Pepperell, MA 01463 is another International Harvester collector. From left to right, his tractors are: Spaulding's son Terry's 1953 Farmall Super M, his father's 1939 Farmall H, a I955 Farmall 300, a 1936 F 12, a 1927 McCormick Deering 10-20 and a 1935 F20.

B. J. Heffner's 1/16 scale model of a 1911 Fairbanks-Morse tractor. Heffner's address is Box 832, Minot, North Dakota 58701.

E. Brad Foster's 1910 International Harvester Type C 20 HP traction engine. It has a Famous 1 cylinder (8' bore x 15' stroke), runs 240-290 RPM, has 1 speed forward, one speed friction reverse, screen-tank cooling, and hit-miss governor. There were 2441 of these manufactured at Milwaukee Tractor Works, of which only 14 of this particular size are known to exist today. Foster lives at R.R. 1, Box 58, Edgerton, Missouri 64444.

1935 McCormick Deering WD-40 which belongs to Gary Wolter of Rt. 1, Box 116, Ocheyedan, Iowa 51354. It was restored by Loren Zevenbergen, also of Ocheyedan.

Col. N. D. Stuckey oiling his 1919 Aultman Taylor 30-60 tractor at the Darke County Steam Threshers show in Greenville, Ohio in 1983. Col. Stuckey lives at 4777 Upper Valley Pike, Dayton, Ohio 45424.