Alma Engine

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Miniature baler exhibit at Country Relics show owned by Roy Rork, Otho, Iowa. Photo by Martha Schmidt, Omaha, Nebraska.
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3491 E. Deckerville Road Cass City, Michigan 48726

Photo courtesy of Tuscola County Advertiser

Towering behind the chubby gray haired fellow is his 30 HP
gearless Alma engine. The 1907 engine was originally installed to
run the grain elevator in Munger, Michigan. I restored it the
spring of 1993. Engine alone weighs 7,000 lbs. It has a .12′
bore and 16′ stroke. Top speed is 210 RPM. We run it much
slower. This engine and many more can be seen at the Thumb Area Old
Engine and Tractor Show, held at Caro, Michigan fairgrounds August
12-14, 1994.

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