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Old 06-16-2005, 12:47:11 PM
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hi guys
has anyone herd of a olds gearless hit & miss????
i have heard of one in my town and was wondering how much it is worth or how rare it is, if a get a chance to buy it ..((((i'm new to the hobby, and i dont have any ref. books yet.
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very early 1895 -1900? very rare you well see 50 reg olds to one gearless. I have never seen a gearlees sell but a good olds that is not a gearlees I have seen sell from $3500 and up, and that was a few years ago. Bob Ronning
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I saw one a Coolsprings once, but dont know where it came from or who owned it, other than that, I have never seen another. I imagine there pretty rare. Good luck.
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Here's a picture of my Gearless. It's a heavy engine for its size, and runs smooth and slow. As stated in one of the previous posts, they are early (circa 1900) and not too common.

It has been a long time since I have seen one of these sell. A 4 HP sold at an auction in SD in 1987 for $4900. Since they do not come up for sale very often, it's hard to say what one might go for today.
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