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Old 12-11-2009, 01:25:57 PM
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Needing any and all information and the name of this engine. The engine is 22" high. The flywheel is 12 1/2". The bore is 3". The ignition is Atwater Kent, type CC built in Philadelphia. The carb is Marvel-Schebler VR-12, 3/4". The top of the head casting is part #1001A. On the valve cover/breather is part #1018. Please note that the valves are in the pocket on top of the headless casting. Thanks for any help you can give me, Paul
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Old 12-11-2009, 07:17:22 PM
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i have a very simular engine on a holt automatic light plant made in ludington mi. around 1917 this one seems to be a little later, the valve rockers have been improved, and the ignition, there are 2 different model of this that i no of . information is rare on these. mine is 110volt dc . hope this helps:
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just curious do u still have his engine, it only been 10 yrs

thanks garybtaylor
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Old 08-08-2018, 10:52:39 AM
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Gary, I do not own the engine, never have, I was just trying to help another man. I have lost contact with him and have no idea if he owns it yet or not.
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started working on the one i have and ran into a parts shortage and remembered seeing this post, thank you for your reply, i will continue looking

thank you again garybtaylor
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