The Price Was A Big Thank You and a Handshake!

By Staff

P.O. Box 65 Redfield, Arkansas 72132

I visited with Mr. Guy Edwards, P.O. Box 335, Grady, Arkansas
71644-0335, at an engine show last year and during the course of
our conversation he indicated that he had a stationary engine on
his farm that he might be willing to part with. I took down his
name and number for future reference, and we parted.

Recently I called Mr. Edwards to arrange a visit and look at the
engine with thoughts of purchasing it.

After an afternoon of very enjoyable conversation and
reminiscing, I left his home with the engine, the price being a big
‘thank you’ and a hearty handshake!

As we talked, Mr. Edwards had many questions about how old
‘iron heads’ networked, and how to learn when and where
shows might be found. I filled him in (off the cuff, so to speak),
but could tell that that did not satisfy his curiosity.

By the time I arrived home the thought of a subscription to Gas
Engine Magazine seemed a better way to answer his questions and in
a small way thank him again for the engine. And it is with that
thought that this letter is written. Thanks again, Mr. Edwards!

By the way, the engine is a John Deere HP made in 1944, and is
going to be a very easy restoration requiring only a new fuel tank,
paint and gaskets.

I hope to see Mr. Edwards at some of the shows this summer.

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