POST CARD


| January/February 1982

  • 15 HP Galloway and its model

  • Fred Kulig's many Galloway engines

  • Sandwich engine
    We thank Mr. Malcolm Brinkmann of R.S.D. 333, Hamilton 3300, Victoria, Australia, for this photo of his handsome Sandwich engine.
  • It has duel horns, a bell, hood ornament'
    Pictured is an old time truck I made for my daughter. The steel wheels are from an old International gas engine cart. The front hood opens for storage as the driver seat does also. It has duel horns, a bell, hood ornament, complete instrument panel and pl
  • 10 HP Witte throttling governor, 360 rpm.'
    10 HP Witte throttling governor, 360 rpm. I restored the engine and built the cart.

  • 15 HP Galloway and its model
  • Fred Kulig's many Galloway engines
  • Sandwich engine
  • It has duel horns, a bell, hood ornament'
  • 10 HP Witte throttling governor, 360 rpm.'

ON THIS MONTH'S COVER

Fred wrote to us, saying, 'I have been collecting Galloway's for about ten years. Being they were sold direct from factory to the customer, it makes them somewhat difficult to find. There seems to be no one area where there are a lot of them to be found. Searching for them has taken me from New York to Kansas.' Fred goes on to say that 14 of his engines have been completely restored, and the remainder are waiting only to be painted and lettered.

Mr. Brinkmann tells us that although there were many brands of engines built in Australia from the early 1900s, few of the manufacturers survive to the present. He says that large quantities of engines were brought to Australia from the United States, including Hercules, Fairbanks Morse, International and Stover. The Sandwich engines, such as this 2? HP #B7429 made in the early 1920s are rare in his country. Malcolm's real love is Fordson tractors which he collects and restorers as time permits.