RUSTY WHEELS OLD ENGINE CLUB

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Max Gunnels of Rusty Wheels Old Engine Club of Arkansas with restored Model Z sn 5449058, 3 HP. This was his first attempt at restoring an old engine. He found the engine at a local scrap iron dealer. Note the muffler made from an industrial shower head,
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F-M 2 HP old engine
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VW air compressor
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Glen Scroggins designed the drink cooler using a F-M 2 HP old
engine and VW air compressor. 60′ of copper tubing coiled
inside the wooden barrel keeps Club soft drinks cold. All other
parts were purchased at the local parts store. Proceeds from drink
sales go to the club.

A. J. Scott and Rick Horton saved this 1917 F. M. sn 252091, 15
HP engine from the scrap iron dealer.

Photos courtesy of Rick Horton, Box 24, Bluff City, AR
71722.

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