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What make is this one?


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Old 09-04-2009, 05:06:12 AM
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Default What make is this one?

Hi All
No idea of make or model.
All castings have a part number starting with T .
i.e. main bearing housing = T85
flywheels = T65 Hopper and barrel = C 300
Thanks for any help
Ian



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Old 09-04-2009, 06:25:06 PM
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Default Re: What make is this one?

I can only offer an opinion on what I see. Lookl like a Stover, with a fairbanks morse dishpan flywheel on one side.
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I think it is a late model challenge? Db.
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Hi David
Yes David your are right, after having a good look at Wendel's book there it is a 1920s Challenge
Ian
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Thanks Ian for your help.
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Default Re: What make is this one?

Hi fellas,
I'm the lucky owner of this new piece of rust I found and had no idea what it was. Thanks to Ian I now do and while I know it won't go by adding a bit of fuel Iam going to try and get it up and going.
I will start a new thread when I start looking for new old bits or need drawings, photos etc to make copies.
Thanks for your help so far.
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