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An image from an old postcard sent to us by William Supplee of 1893 Shadyside Road, Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320. The photo is unidentified. Does anyone have an idea of its identity?
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Here is a picture of my 25 HP Mogul portable, s/n NB505, year 1915. I have just started work on it. I wonder how many of these large style (20-25 HP) Mogul portables are left. I know of some stationary high-base models. Andrew Sine, 9025 Phoebe Ct. Annand
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Another Stevens family treasure: a David Bradley owned by Jay's dad Stan, of Eagle, Idaho. Stan was rebuilding this one at the same time Jay was hard at work on the Gibson. Both the Stevens men are active collectors and restorers.

Cliff Heath, 325 Plain Road, Hinsdale, New Hampshire 03451 owns
this 1957 Bolens Husky Rideamatic, Model 20 HD02, with a Kohler
Model K90 3.6 HP engine and sickle bar mower. He acquired it in
1992, after the former owner, a member of his family, passed away.
It had already been restored; all he had to do was rebuild the
engine, as it had been sitting idle for some time. He now takes it
to a few shows each year, and occasionally rides it around the
driveway. The engine on the trailer behind it is a 1917 Hercules 1
HP, which he restored.

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