| October/November 1991

  • Buncha Junque Engine

  • Buncha Junque Engine

R#J, Box 108, Atwood IL 61913

My Buncha Junque Engine consists of a '72 Maytag crankcase, a broken crankshaft, two valve hand-wheels (of different sizes, of course), an old pitcher pump base, a check valve with needle valve threaded into the bottom of it, a mailbox letter for a choke, a peanut can for a fuel tank, fork lift points for a timer, a model T Ford coil for an ignitor, and a '600' Polaroid film pack for a battery. Total cost was $10.00 for the crankcase and about three hours work. It even runs in both directions!


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