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Pine Tree Milking Engine

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by Gil Mangels

 

The post in the August/September issue from Cliff Jennings about the Pine Tree milking engine prompted me to crawl into the back of one of my engine buildings and refresh my memory of what I had traded for 15 or 20 years ago. I will now drag it out and put it close to the top of my to-do list. While my decal is more readable than Cliff’s, it is not perfect by any means and I am wondering if there are any reproductions of a good one. It does show a milking bucket under the cow. The decal reads, “Cows Adopted Child.” Does anyone have manuals for this engine? Also, does anyone have plans for using a 12-volt starter and some sort of friction wheel for easier starting of flywheel engines?

Gil Mangels
Miracle of America Museum
Polson, Montana
miracleofamericamuseum.org
(406) 883-6804


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Published on Sep 10, 2019

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