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Abenaque acquisition


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Old 05-10-2005, 06:11:44 AM
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Question Abenaque acquisition

Have just acquired 5HP horizontal Abenaque. Completely intact and would like some information as to restoration hints, operation, etc.
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Sorry I don't have any information, but there are a few abenaques out there. I would post some photos and you will get more responses. Those are one of my favorite engines though I've never seen one. Kevin
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Default Re: Abenaque acquisition

here are a couple links that might help.
first is starting instructions for 6hp
http://www.steamengine.com.au/ic/faq...s_with_magneto
next is cad drawings of some of the parts
http://www.oldengine.org/members/hol...ingsIndex.html
last is a short history
http://www.historyharvest.org/story.php?recid=10
You are very fortunate to have found one, enjoy!!
Peter
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