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1919 Cummins Model F


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Default 1919 Cummins Model F

I believe this engine to be built somewhere between 1919 / 1922 based on the fact that there is no serial number but built by Cummins. It's a single cyl and does run but I don't know how rare this engine might be, what they were used for or where it originated from. Anyone know who might have literature for something like this?
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Default Re: 1919 cummins model f

Very cool. There is a video of a two cylinder on youtube. You should probably post this on the vintage diesel page. There is a fellow there who works for Cummins in their historical dept who will be able to help you. Jack

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Where did it come from, and what are you going to do with it?
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Default Re: 1919 cummins model f

Thanks Jack,
It's a long story how I came to own it, eventually I'll sell it but need to know what I have first. My background is with heavy diesel and EMD power plant engines so it came to me as a project to make it run. After a lot of work on the cam box, valve train and sending the injector to PCE it came to life and actually runs really good. With Cummins 100 year anniversary coming up that might be a good idea. I've only found one like this one and it's in the Cummins museum. During my research I did come across the two cylinder model on youtube and eventually here.
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According to a Cummins Engine History article the first model F was produced in 1924.
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Gene Shepherd of Long Island, NY, owns a one cylinder Cummins Model F which is in running condition.



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I like his starter he uses on it!!, although it would be a little spooky if it got away from a guy!!
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Thanks to all who have replied, before running afoul of the rules here I'll move this over to the Diesel Forum to continue the discussion.
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