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Engine in the Wild


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Old 04-15-2005, 05:05:45 PM
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Message: I am the Curator of the Horry County Museum in Conway, SC. We have an engine we cannot ID Could you contact me with and E-mail address I can send pics too?

Here are the pics I would appreciate ay knowledge you could pass on. I would be greatful if you would post them if it is not any trouble.

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Looks to be either a 10 or 15hp Fairbanks Morse "Z".
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I think Jason is right, that is what it looks like to me
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