Flywheel Forum

Mystery Engine

| September 2005

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    '40/9/3A, B and C: An unidentified engine located in North Carolina. '

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I have acquired an old gas engine we have not been able to identify. No one at the Southeast Old Threshers' Reunion, Denton, N.C., had a clue. Do you have suggestions as to how we might go about identifying what this engine is? The engine does run. Thanks for any help that can be provided. Thomas Whitley, 621 Lynch Road, Selma, NC 27576; (919) 965-5706;


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