EAST TENNESSEE
CRANKUP
AT JEFF HUTCHINGS' FARM

Saturday June, 12th turned out to be a beautiful day for attending an engine
show. We met up with our friends Dallas and Linda Cox of High Point, NC,
and Gerald and Minnie Johnson of Newland, NC, in downtown Newland
at 9:00 AM. A scenic drive of less than an hour brought us to the farm of
Jeff Hutchings. this is another small show, with some very high quality
engines on display, both by Jeff and the exhibitors. I would appreciate hearing
from anyone that can give me more info that I left out on these engines, such
as horsepower, and owners names. mail to: christison@coastalnet.com



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The first engine that greeted us was the National Engineering Co. engine
shown on the left, above. This is a 2 HP model, and is quite heavy looking
for an engine of that size. Next was this IHC 'Mogul' engine belted up to a
small generator. The following two engines were both shown by a gentleman
from Pennsylvania whose name I failed to get. They are a 6 HP Kenwood,
and a Bates and Edmunds 'Bullpup'.

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The engine at the left, above, is a nicely restored 2 HP Bullseye, and next to
it is a Ingeco of about the same HP. The next two pictures are of a unusual
Alamo. It is a 1 1/2 HP engine with a closed crankcase. Note the different
hopper shape. I also failed to get the name of the owner, and would like
to contact him if anyone can send me his address.

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The Alamo above, left, is a nice 1 HP model. The next engine is a Rawleigh
of 1 1/2 HP. Next is a 1 HP Stover, and next is a nice display of a IHC 'M',
and another IHC built engine on a pumpjack shown by Wayne and Janice
McNutt, of Kingsport, TN.

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