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The nametag of the 2 HP Sheffield engine owned by Gene Brady.
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'Gene Brady’s 2 HP Sheffield engine, serial no. S-333, class G, built at the Kansas City, Mo., plant. '

I just received the August 2005 issue of Gas Engine
Magazine
– as I have for the past 20-plus years – and was
surprised to find an article on a Sheffield engine! My Sheffield
has been to several West Coast shows over the last 15-20 years, and
draws comments about the similarity to the Waterloo Boy and other
engines George Miller had a hand in manufacturing. Several engines
come to mind, i.e., Faultless and Seward, as well as the G. Fuller
engine.

It was great to talk with Bill Anderson, and as promised, I sent
him several photos of my 2 HP hopper-cooled engine built by the
Sheffield Gas Power Co., serial no. S-333, class G, built at the
Kansas City, Mo., plant.

Gene Brady
P.O. Box 495
Manchester, WA 98353
(306) 871-2987

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