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Coolspring Feature Engines for 2011 & 2012


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Old 10-20-2010, 08:49:47 AM
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[QUOTE=Sad Iron;571133]I'm guessing Foos, they did make a 50 h.p.


Jonathan, I have an actual postcard that I showed Preston. He thought it was a 75 h.p. FOOS in the original location. It also had the BIG pot muffler. It was HUGE. It even showed the air start set-up.
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