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Jr. 57 Michigan Street Winchester, NH 03470

This upright engine is a ‘Blacksmith’ engine, meaning
there was supposedly only one made. There are no casting numbers or
stamped numbers anywhere on it. It was made by a foundry/machine
shop in northern Vermont.

It has five spoke flywheels, throttle governed with a
‘Planhard’ carb, and appears to have an early motorcycle
gas tank. It is also tank cooled. It is approximately 2 HP and runs
extremely well.

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