Gas Engine Meet at Dave Dearborn's

| May/June 1975

West Campton N.H.

It is June 23, a very nice day in West Campton.

The first engines came in at about 9 a.m., and they kept coming until about noon. We had 4 or 5 old cars and about 30 engines.

I had my 15 H.P. International Mogul, that I had just gotten running after a long restoration, as it had not run since 1948. One of the flywheels had been moved six miles away and used for a boat anchor. I also had my 8 H.P. sandwich engine out.

Carleton and Elroy Ekdahl from Manchester, N. H. brought their Charter engine.

People came from Mass., Vermont, and N. H. Everyone had a very good time. We are going to have our meet this year on June 1, 1975.


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