Modeler's Corner

Waterloo Boy

| April 2007

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    William Gorman’s 1/8-scale Waterloo Boy Model T engine.

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I enjoy Gas Engine Magazine very much. As a model builder, I especially like the section on model engines. This 1916 Waterloo Boy Model T 1/8-scale is my 10th antique engine model. My builds range from an 1871 Local cycle, to a 1925 John Deere W-111 power unit. All of them are scratch-built.

As a member of the MO-KAN Antique Engine Assn., I love to attend shows. You can't find a better, more-friendly group of people than at these shows.

I must thank my son Steve for his help with photos and artwork and Daniel for his help on woodwork.

Contact William Gorman at: 3609 Brentwood, Independence, MO 64055; (816) 478-0613.


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