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Novo

Lansing, Mich.

Specifications (smallest to largest):
• 1913, 1 HP, 3-1/4-by-3-1/2-inch bore and stroke
• 1920, 1-1/2 HP, 3-3/4-by-4-inch bore and stroke
• 1919, 2 HP, 3-3/4-by-4-1/2-inch bore and stroke
• 1925, 3 HP, 4-1/2-by-5-1/4-inch bore and stroke
• 1921, 4 HP, 5-by-6-inch bore and stroke
• 1917, 6 HP, 5-1/4-by-7-inch bore and stroke
• 1921, 8 HP, 6-1/2-by-7-1/2-inch bore and stroke
• 1920, 10 HP, 7-1/2-by-8-1/2-inch bore and stroke
• 1918, 15 HP twin, 7-by-7-1/2-inch bore and stroke

Submitted by: Louis Tuller, 2374 Franklin Ave. Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641

New Holland

New Holland, Pa.

Patented: April 7, 1903
Horsepower: 1-1/2
Serial number: 131
Bore: 3-3/4-inch
Stroke: 6-inch
Flywheel width: 2-1/4 inches
Flywheel diameter: 25 inches
Governing: hit-and-miss, weight in flywheel
Ignition: battery and low-tension coil
Unique features: This engine still has original paint and some striping, and the round rod and compression release are on the bottom of the cylinder. The company name is cast in the high base.

Owner: Bob Kubisch, 2111 Gilbride Road, Martinsville, NJ 08836