Modeler’s Corner

Cavanaugh & Darley

| December 2006

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This is a photo of my last completion: a "Red Devil." It is a 1/3-scale of a 2-1/2 HP engine built in 1903 and 1904 by Cavanaugh & Darley in Chicago. The model bore is 1-1/4-inch and the stroke is 1-3/4-inch. The flywheels are 8-1/8 inches, 17 inches high and weigh 26 pounds.

"Mike" Moyers
37301 28th Ave. S.
No. 31
Federal Way, WA 98003


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