Bore: 4-inch, Allis-Chalmers WC?piston
Flywheel width: 2-1/8 inches
Flywheel diameter: 15 inches
Governing: None, hand lever to butterfly on the carburetor.
Unique features: Rollers on lifters, brass lever to advance timing.
Owner: William Brown
34 Browncastle Ranch
Santa Fe, NM 87508-1302
Editor's note: This engine came to us with little information.?Here is what we've found: Ernie (firstname.lastname@example.org), senior member of www.oldmarineengine.com writes: "F and G was Fitzhenry-Guptill. They made orchard spraying equipment. Most are from Cambridge, Mass., but some have another city name near Boston. Yes, they do look like marine engines. They are quite common in New England. Some are headless and some have removable heads. Most had a large drip oiler with a large single glass and four or five needle valves to adjust the individual oil lines. I havn't seen one with a govenor. They had a rather nice brass carburetor with a fine adjustable throttle quadrant."
Serial number: Possible serial no. 4102 is the only number stamped on the engine.
Flywheel width: 1-1/2 inches
Flywheel diameter: 20 inches
Governing: hit-and-miss with a weight on the flywheel hubs
Ignition: high-tension, coil and battery
Unique features: This engine has a dry-finned air-cooled head and a small bolt on the muffler that covers both ports. It starts and operates, including the starting crank handle, on the off-side. The timing and speed may be adjusted while running. The fuel and air mixer is cast on the head and the fuel tank is cast in the engine base.
Submitted by: Gary Gruel. If you have any information on this engine, please contact Gary; email@example.com
Owners: Redd and Marilyn Stanberry
204 Butler Ave.
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Model: Economy E
Serial number: 152704
Weight: 600 pounds
Flywheel width: 2-1/4 inches
Flywheel diameter: 27 inches
Serial number: 177036
Interesting fact: This engine left the factory
on April 4, 1930, to go to Quik Mix Mixer Co.
Owner: Mike Murphy
270-13 Shatley Road
Crumpler, NC 28617
Model: Headless Z
Serial number: 175573
Flywheel width: 1-3/4 inches
Flywheel diameter: 17 inches
Ignition: low-tension Sumter no. 12 gear-driven magneto, igniter
Unique features: All original paint, early-style engine with cast iron muffler and pulley, on original cart.
Interesting fact: This engine came from a Nebraska barn, it has very little wear and took more than a month to clean off all the grease.
Owner: Jonathan Widelo
79 Pantry Road
North?Hatfield, MA 01066-0206