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1912 Falk Engine

Engines A to Z: Falk engine manufactured by the Falk Company, Milwaukee, Wis.

| June/July 2013

  • Falk
    An unrestored Falk engine that still has the factory decals.
    Photo Courtesy Dave Welter

  • Falk

Company: Falk Company, Milwaukee, Wis.
Year: 1912
Model: D
Horsepower: 15
Serial number: D90
Governing: Throttle
Ignition: American Bosch/igniter
Additional info: This engine is unrestored and still has the factory decals. The Falk Company was purchased by M. Rumely Company in 1912.

Dave Welter
Lindsay, Calif. 

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