REFLECTIONS

A Brief Word

| November/December 1991

  • Model S engine
    26/11/15
    Clair Fisher
  • unidentified engine
    26/11/19A
    Ronald H
  • MC 46 cast
    26/11/24B
    Edward Pedrick
  • Floor lamp
    26/11/18
    K. G. Romine
  • Homemade tractor
    26/11/22
    Leonard Gerber
  • Galloway Auto Transport
    26/11/21
    Bob & Jo Anne
  • unidentified engine
    26/11/19B
    Ronald H
  • unidentified engine
    26/11/23A
    Ham Hoffman
  • unidentified engine
    26/11/23B
    Ham Hoffman
  • Garden Tractor
    26/11/24A
    Edward Pedrick

  • Model S engine
  • unidentified engine
  • MC 46 cast
  • Floor lamp
  • Homemade tractor
  • Galloway Auto Transport
  • unidentified engine
  • unidentified engine
  • unidentified engine
  • Garden Tractor

26/11/14 Thank You! Thanks to Gary Perkins, RR 2, Apohaqui, NB E0G 1A0 Canada for sending ye olde Reflector some interesting photocopies of Cletrac material!

26/11/15 E-B Model S Thanks to Clair Fisher, 9458 Genesee Rd., East Concord, NY 14055 for sending this photo of his Model S engine from Emerson-Brantingham.

26/11/16 A Thank You! The North American Model Engineering Society would like to thank all exhibitors, vendors, and visitors to the Second Annual Model Engineering Expo this past April at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Because of your support and enthusiasm, the Expo was a huge success, and we are now forced to relocate the next show to larger quarters. The Third Annual Event is now scheduled for May 2 and 3, 1992. More information will appear later. We are all looking forward to seeing you there. Tom Stockton, Secy., North American Model Engineering Society, 4014 Earhart Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105.

26/11/17 Allis-Chalmers Greg Dalton, RR 6, Box 351, Commerce, GA 30529 needs information on an Allis-Chalmers Model C tractor.



26/11/18 Show Your Brass K. G. Romine, 507 North Kenova Rd., South Point, OH 45680 sends a photo showing a good and useful way to display your extra brass, in this case turning it into an impressive floor lamp.

(Better talk to wife before you begin construction though, lest your display of architectural genius become a dust catcher in a dark comer of the garage. Ed.)