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Old 08-09-2005, 08:48 PM
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It seems like quite a few National engines are coming out of the woodwork lately, and here's another one! My dad has owned this engine for about 30 years and we just got it running last week for the Rushville, IN show. Dad had to basically build an ignitor and the top half of the carburetor as well as a few other odds and ends but it ended up running like a top Check out the pendulum governor! If anyone out there has any spare parts to make it as complete as possible, please let us know.
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Very nice National. Thanks for the pictures. I have a couple like it.
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I know where a hopper cooled with the pump attached resides.
It is in Oregon,but presently it is not for sale.
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We're still looking for the parts to finish ours out, but it's a great runner nonetheless. Let me know if that hopper cooled ever becomes available!
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