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Info request on Goldie and McCulloch gas engines


| June 2008


Does anyone have information on the Goldie & McCulloch 1897 Model gas engine? I'm wondering how many of the the engines built at its foundry in Galt, Ontario, Canada, are still around? The one I've seen has "Patented Sept 3rd 1897" cast into it's base, and I know the serial number was close to 200. Any information would be appreciated. Jack Albertson; berlinalbert@aol.com














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