Winching 1922 6hp Novo
Reader Ray Fisher wrote us in response to my comments last issue about engines adapted for duty outside their intended design. Case in point is a 1922 6hp Novo Ray owns that worked the Arizona mines: “Check out the photos of the 1922 6hp Novo (serial no. 53031) adapted to winch duty for mining and construction. This engine is a good runner. I have owned it a long time at my mining museum here in Tucson, Arizona.”
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Pine Tree Milker Information
Mr. Lemsky of Wisconsin writes in to answer a reader’s question regarding a complete decal of a Pine Tree Milker.
Fairbanks-Morse and McVicker Buzz Saw Rig
Check out David Babcock’s vintage photos of a large Fairbanks-Morse and screen-cooled Mcvicker engines as they were in their prime.
Celebrating the Coolspring Power Museum
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Coolspring Power Museum and learn how to help support their expansion projects.