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Sandwich anyone? I'll take three!

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Old 07-01-2005, 08:47:28 PM
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Photo Sandwich anyone? I'll take three!

Well I finally got the money together to bring home my other two Sandwich engines. Remember I got my big 6 w/saw rig back in March - well I finally got my 1 1/2 A and my vertical model T home.

The 1 1/2 A is serial number A3281 w/Wizard mag and the Model T w/Wico mag is number T975. Neither of them were running when picked them up; however, I worked on the tulip hopper today and in less then 2 1/2 hours I had it running. I sure do like how orginal this one is, and YES it will stay just like this. Hope to have the vertical humming tomorrow! Cool thing is that on the Sandwich registry site my A3281 is the sister to a 1 1/2 A in Montana with serial number A3282.

So what is next??? I already put a down payment on a 4 1/2 hp Rawleigh-Schryer (serial number D10158) with about 60% original paint, clutch pulley, and two-bar brass body Webster mag

Happy Fourth!
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Old 07-01-2005, 10:20:42 PM
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Default Re: Sandwich anyone? I'll take three!

not bad...fine looking engines...seems like you have a bit too much on your hands though...3 sandwichs...surely you do not require that many...I will gladly take one off your hands...

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