Box 52, Reading, Vermont 05062.
I thought you might like to see a picture of my 1905 upright IHC, 4 HP.
Before the purists howl, I know the muffler is wrong, as is the circulation pump and the ring around the head. However, it runs just fine!
I had won an Associated Chore Boy in a raffle run by the Vermont Gas and Steam Engine Association. A real nice engine, but all done up and no work for me. So, I traded it plus $100 for the IHC in basket condition. It even had a mouse nest on the piston when I pulled the cracked head!
Early on I belted the thing to my tractor P.T.O. and it started but there was almost zero compression. The rings were tissue thin and the fuel pump needed rebuilding. With that done, I went after piston rings and a 6' x 8' trailer for the shows.
With new rings-.001 oversize- she took off and ran well with a crank start.
When I traded for this old bird, I had no idea what it was except that it was an IHC. It did not fit any of engines discussed in JHC Farm Engines. At last I found it in C.H. Wendel's book American Gasoline Engines Since 1872, on page 244-1 have no ID plate but the crankcase access cover is dead flat and the 1905 patent date is cast in the water jacket.
I would really like to have literature, especially regarding fuel management, among other things. I enjoy the engine and dislike waiting for Spring to get to Rutland, Orange, Westminster and Gaysville!