Here are some photos of my Gray Model G. I got this engine from a gentleman named John Bell. He was active in the Early Engine Club of Dearborn which I was also active in while growing up This engine sat under a bench for about 20 years I'm told before I got it. I cleaned the check valve, added fuel and a squirt of starting fluid and it started on the first pull.

Gray I've been told that the Gray Factory burned down in 1916. After they re built they did not produce any more "Farm Engines". Some farm engines were sold by Gray after 1916 but these were actually built by Nelson Bros. in Saginaw, MI under contract and they did not have the Gray Name cast into the side of the water hopper.

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