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Open View-Showing Kerosene Equipment
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Allan Brothers oil engine, 7 HP, 1910. Owners Kelley Garcia & Rob Skinner.
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Howard Martin's 2 HP Famous, 1912.
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Front View
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Chassis View
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Rear View
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Illustrations and specs from our 1918 Apple-ton Tractor catalog.
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Jack Alexander's 1918 Acme tug boat engine.
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Owner, Here Boures of Manifee, California.
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15 HP Reid, owner, Larry Heath.
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10 HP Ohio, owner, Robert Critz.

SPECIFICATIONS

Belt Power20 Horse Power.
Traction Power12 Horse Power.
MotorBuda, 4 cylinder, 4-inch bore and 5-inch
stroke, speed 1050 R. P. M.
Motor Suspension3 point.
LubricationSplash and force feed
circulating.
IgnitionBosch high tension, Rajah or Champion
spark plugs.
CarburetorSchebler with Bennett air
cleaner.
Cooling SystemCentrifugal pumpPerfex
radiatormotormeter.
ClutchBorg & Beck disc.
BrakeExternal contractingapplied on drive
pinions.
FuelGasoline and kerosene.
Fuel Capacity25 and 5 gallons.
TransmissionSliding gear, two speeds, forward and
reverse.
GovernorPickering ball type.
SpeedsLow, 2 miles; high, 3 miles; reverse, 2
miles.
RearWheels54-inch diameter and
12-inch face.
FrontWheels36-inch diameter and
5-inch face.
Width Over All5 feet, 7 inches.
Length Over All13 feet, 6 inches Height Over All5
feet, 1 inch.
Wheel Base102 inches.
Pulley12-inch dia., 71/3
face, 825 R. P. M.
Belt Speed2600.
Weight4900 pounds.

The 2000 California Antique Farm Equipment Show held last April
in Tulare. This year’s show will be April 14 and 15,
celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Caterpillar. Photos
courtesy of Floyd Schmall, 5523 So. Peach, Fresno, CA 93725. For
more show information, call 559-787-2464 or visit the EDGE&.TA
site at www.ave.net/~edgeta/.

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