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The 5 inch Rider-Ericcson hot air engine. The engine belongs to George Carbonneau of 221 West 7th, Apt. #2, Bottineau, ND 58318, who restored it. He purchased the engine from John Powers in Maine, completely unassembled.
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Taken at Harbor Beach, Michigan Show, a 2 HP Fuller-Johnson and McCormick Deering 1 HP. Both engines owned and photographed by William C. Kuhl, 464 South 5 Street, Sebewaing, Michigan 484759.
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Glenn Oestreich, 1302 S. 9th St., Watertown, WI 53094 owns this 1935 Case model CO serial number C311712. The engine was restored by Glenn (with the help of his brothers). Purchased new in 1935 by his grandfather, it was one of the first rubber tired trac
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'Bessie' the 50 HP Bessemer engine compressor at Northwestern Steam and Old Equipment Showgrounds in Portersville, Pa. is now a running exhibit. The Fall Fling in early October of '86 was highlighted by her start and smooth running. For Rob Lewi

Kingston Cottage in Kingston, New Zealand, is surrounded by the
owner’s collection of implement wheels. He is not lacking in a
sense of humor for his welcome reads ‘Come ride and rest a
wheel,’ and he is mindful too of its merchantable potential as
post cards are available.

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