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35 hp Ingeco


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Old 01-25-2005, 01:49:18 AM
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Default 35 hp Ingeco

This engine was sold at the Chet Krause sale last June, 2004. Now owned by Keven Withers I asked if I could post these pics again. Here's what Keven had to say about his engine:

Hello Craig. The Ingeco is owned by Keven Withers, Osakis Mn. & Jim Johnson of Chehalis, WA. and is on permanant display at Rollag. It was originally used in a granite quarry near Saint Cloud, MN., about 60 miles from where I was raised and still live.

A little history to us is my dad and I watched this engine run for over 30 years at the Volks show and always wanted to own it. When they had their sale I lost out to Chet. We never thought we would have a chance to buy the engine again. At Chets sale money was harder to come by than the first sale and that is where Jim Johnson came in as a partner. We couldn't make it to the sale so I had a good friend, Jerry Swedberg, bid on it. I gave him the amount to bid plus a little leeway. He used the leeway and we got it bought but one more bid and we wouldnt have bought it. As soon as we got shipped to Rollag I started it and she took off on the third pull over by hand. Keven

So THERE you have it!!!
The flywheels and crankshaft counterweights are INCREDIBLE on this engine and pictures just don't cut it and it's even MORE impressive when it's running!
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