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Coolspring Trip (Abenaque)


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Old 06-22-2011, 07:46:25 PM
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Default Coolspring Trip (Abenaque)

I just spent a whole week out East ending up at the Coolsprings show. Had a Great time visiting with friends I only see once a year. The 1500 mile trip had some rewards. Special thanks goes to Pat Wilcox, Dave Hawkins & Mike Murphy who delivered it to Coolsprings for me. I purchased an engine from the late John Wilcox collection. It's a Pre-1900 5 h.p. ABENAQUE Tray-cooled. Along with Dick L. & Tom C. who helped talk me into getting the engine along with Steve & Bob Upham that help explain a few things about this engine. It's an engine I wanted ever since I laid eyes on one. Craig will add some pictures to this thread as time allows.
Thanks Craig.
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