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Old 06-18-2008, 02:00:54 PM
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I guess we've known for a couple months now Graham Sellars sold his. And ive recently heard the one at Makoti sold, over into Minnesota?
Just wondering if others can confirm this so we can get the names and locations changed on our lists. ...Chuck
I believe Grahams went to Illinois? Both are 1911 engines #24900 and 25359. Have also heard that old skid was bought out of Burnos in Wisconsion. And how is the restoration coming on that other 1911 110 that came back into Wisconsin from overseas?
There should be a 110 with a new 175# boiler making a debut next week sometime I don't think that kind of pressure has been carried since the old plowing days In Alberta and Saskatchewan
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The Jansen Family of Dieterich, Illinois, bought Graham Seller's 110. Goes with the 80 Case they have already, plus a couple others: Herb Beckemeyer's 20 HP Advance-Rumely and a 24 HP Minneapolis purchased from John Haley.
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Didn't the 110 from Makoti, North Dak. go to Ken Eder????

So, the 110 with the new A.S.M.E. boiler, when is the owner going to break it to the rest of us...those that don't know anyway.

Sure wish I could take in Wauseon this year, sure would like to see if the great Case/Reeves debate will be settled this year. Personally, my bet would be on the Case, as she is in better condition gearing wise than the Reeves. But that is just my opinion. Are you going to Wauseon this year Colin?

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Colin I tried to send you PM ? Last Saturday June 14th I was visiting at JS Company They are working on a brand new 110 Case boiler. I saw them doing the riveting around the barrel and front throat.
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I Heard Someone Northwest of St Cloud Mn. bought a 110 out of North Dakota....

Yes I heard Jonas was building at least one 110 Boiler some time ago....
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Colin I tried to send you PM ? Last Saturday June 14th I was visiting at JS Company They are working on a brand new 110 Case boiler. I saw them doing the riveting around the barrel and front throat.
When i send a PM it always tells me the person has to be on my freinds list or something? Would have been interesting to see that riviting being done.
Lawrence, i was told there is going to be a blurr of suspenders and beards to get the 110 going on time. so we're keeping our fingers crossed everything goes well.
I know of the guy who bought the Makoti engine. but didnt want to blab out the name. id happened to email him last week becasue he had contacted me about some other parts, but i haven't heard back from him yet...
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The Jansen Family of Dieterich, Illinois, bought Graham Seller's 110. Goes with the 80 Case they have already, plus a couple others: Herb Beckemeyer's 20 HP Advance-Rumely and a 24 HP Minneapolis purchased from John Haley.
I know the Jansen family shows at P'ville....and the Maschoff's ain't that far away, either....any chance of there being two 110's again there this year?

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