SOUTH JERSEY Gas Engine Club Show

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25 HP Otto.
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Rock crusher demo
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Alan Hanford wood lathe demo.
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Bob and Bill Burton with 1915 Hettinger, made in Bridgeton, NJ
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Bob Burton with 1907 25 HP Harris marine engine.
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Bill Richardson, Shiloh, NJ, pumping water demo.
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Ben Slump's trailer of steam items.
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2 station log splitter demo.
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4 station apple parer demo.

256 S. Ave. Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302

South Jersey Gas Engine Club held their annual show September
24-25, 1988 at Joe Dunn’s showgrounds, Route 49, two miles east
of Quinton, New Jersey.

Many demonstrations including rock crusher, water pumping, ice
cream making, wood-splitting, apple paring, were done with early
gas engines. A display of early autos, tractors, chainsaws, garden
tractors, steam engines, marine inboard and outboard engines, were
all in operation giving spectators a glimpse of early antique power
equipment.

The wives of members were busy with the food tent and deserve a
lot of credit for backing the activities of the club.

Everything combined made the show a success.

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