MISCELLANEOUS

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This 1910, 20 HP, Type C, I.H.C Mogul tractor is owned by Douglas Janzen, 3416 Arizona, Rapid City, South Dakota 57701. Its serial number is TL715. The engine is a 20 HP Famous which I.H.C converted from a stationary engine by decreasing the size of the f
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Harry Lee of P. 0. Box 119, Elnora, IN 47529 with his 1937 WF-NT-F-20 Farmall, s/n FA 71625 N. This tractor's original color was dark gray and it was restored just this past winter.
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Ed Clarke, 67 Rockland Ave., Larchmont, NY 10538, purchased this Major engine, manufactured by the Detroit Gas Engine and Machinery Co., in the summer of 1990 at a flea market in Maine. The engine, serial #6152, is a 1 HP.

Thus the I.H.C engineers could use a proven engine and
concentrate on the traction port of the tractor. The tractor has
one gear forward and a friction reverse. This is accomplished by
pulling a metal pulley on the reverse shaft against a fiber pulley
on the crank shaft. This reverses the counter shaft and the tractor
backs up. The tractor runs great and can be seen at the Black Hills
Steam and Gas Threshing Bee, Sturgis, South Dakota on the third
weekend in August yearly.

The internal parts are all in good working order, and no parts
were missing. The results of 125 hours of filing, sanding,
polishing and painting can be seen in the photos. Mr. Clarke would
love to hear from anyone having any information on the history of
his engine.

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