15h.p. Pattin Bros. Engine, built in Marietta, Ohio. Pat'n
March 25th, 1903. Engine no.2743 It has 60" flywheels and
is 9"x13" bore & stroke, 2 cycle, cross head design, hot
tube ignition. This engine ran a cotton mill in Alabama.
What's an engine collection without a
classic to haul them on!
This is my 1955 IHC Fire
Truck. The pump and bed
had been removed by a
previous owner, I've added
a flat bed to haul engines
to shows.
This truck was in service
until 1993 and is
mechanically original with
only 4,035 miles (that
includes pumpimg miles
since the pump ran off the
transmission).
My 1929 10-20 McCormick Deering (barn fresh). This tractor was
well preserved and needed only rubber and a little cleaning up.
This is a 1932 10-20 McCormick Deering as found. Currently the
engine has be gone though, just needing time to do the cosmetics.
This is my 1952 MM "RTU" with spring loaded Hitchor. This tractor was
originally sold here in Hamilton by Midway Sales and Service Co. Hitchors
were build as a last ditch effort by MM to sell more R's. This tractor was
the only one Midway sold. It sat on the show room floor for 2 years
before being stored in a back building. Several years later it was finally
sold to a local popcorn farmer- but first had to be torn down because the
motor had dry stuck.
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