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| December/January 2000

1400 Brook Road, Richmond, Virginia 23220

The following two small engines were stolen between 5:30 p.m. on September 16 and 8:30 a.m. on September 17, 2000, at the Rockville, Virginia, 'Field Days of the Past.'

1) Early Maytag 1 cylinder upright #36604 painted orange and blue.

2) Associated, approximately 1922, 1 cylinder, ? HP. Has slotted crank pulley for flat belt to start. Crank pulley has been brazed on. Small lawn mower muffler brazed on elbow.

The person or person who took the engines knows what he has, as he left a more common two cylinder Maytag.

Keep this number in mind, Maytag #36604, or clip this article and keep it with you to help identify these engines.


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