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What are you going to bring to Coolspring Power Museum?


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Old 05-29-2012, 10:20:39 PM
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Looks like I may have the Springfield back together to bring. What are you going to bring? Marty
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I plan on bringing a propane fired carlisle & finch, along with
a 10hp Ohio. There the only Ohio made engines i have.
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The rake was made in Ohio I am sure of it. Sorry just had to do it.

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What's a CPM.......
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Craig That is Coolspring Power Museum. Marty

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Well I guess there will be two Carlisle Finches there as I plan on bringing mine. Only Ohio engine I own.
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[QUOTE=Marty Riffle;774683]Looks like I may have the Springfield back together to bring.

Marty, Maybe ???? Finally finished putting on a new deck for the trailer. Plan on bringing the 6 h.p. ( Type A ) belt-driven governor FOOS and the little 2 h.p. Type " S " FOOS.
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Due to several circumstances, i cant bring my 30 hp foos hopper cooled this time. However, i know its not an ohio engine but iam planning on bringing my 12 hp jumbo line portable. Built in saginaw. (but they did move to springfield, ohio and sold engines and parts after they went out of business) db.
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