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| November/December 1997

  • 1 HP New Holland engine

    Mike Moyers
  • Model G 20-40 Oil Pull

    Dee Scott
  • Minneapolis gas tractor

  • 1 HP New Holland engine
  • Model G 20-40 Oil Pull
  • Minneapolis gas tractor

The photo above shows Mike Moyers' recently completed project these three are half scale models of a 1 HP New Holland, 12' flywheel, 1?' bore x 2 stroke. 'I removed the bottom from the gas tank casting and installed the coil and propane regulator in the cavity,' says Mike, who lives at 37301 28th Ave., So. #31, Federal Way, Washington 98003. He continues, 'The propane is fed into the fitting lower right in the base.'

Dee Scott, Box 317, Mound, Minnesota 55364 snapped these shots at the 1996 Scott-Carver Threshers Steam and Gas Engine Festival. Both of these tractors were expected to parade daily at the club's 33rd annual show, held August 2-4, 1997, near Jordan.  a 1916 Model G 20-40 Oil Pull owned by John Schoening of Maple Plain, Minnesota.

A 1918 35-70 Minneapolis gas tractor owned by Craig Luthy of Chaska, Minnesota. The Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company of Hopkins, Minnesota, built the Minneapolis line of gas tractors.


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