1913 Avery 20-35

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I just finished restoring my Avery, a 1913 20-35, serial number
1729, and thought GEM readers might be interested in seeing it.

Avery designed the 20-35 in 1911, with production of the new
model starting in 1912. The 20-35 was built until 1915 when Avery
introduced other models to replace the 20-35. Presently, only about
eight of this model are known to exist.

I acquired the Avery about three years ago, at which point it
was taken completely apart, cleaned, rebuilt and repainted.

It has a two-cylinder opposed engine with a 7–inch bore and an
8-inch stroke and is rated at 450 rpm. Rear drive wheels are
69-inches in diameter and overall weight is around 11,500
pounds.

Contact engine enthusiast Ed Dina at: 330 Plattekill Road,
Marlboro, NY 12542, or e-mail: hartparr @aol.com

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