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Eccentric Power Display

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Old 05-14-2016, 01:23:16 PM
W.P.Klein W.P.Klein is offline
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I have been working at this project as time (and energy) permits over the past couple years and finally set them into place last weekend. Still have room on the 2nd tier from top to set the Norton banjo power in front of the small OWS one when things get dry enough to retrieve it. Top tier is a Big Paova and a Paova, next is the Oil Well Supply, then Reid P8, then OWS Simplex, then Geo. Maloney, then Producer's Supply Iron King and finally an Ajax. Also pictured is the 3 sizes of Bessemer powers along my driveway and a few other attention getters. Bill Klein
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Old 05-15-2016, 07:44:04 AM
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Nice display Bill !! At least they are not sitting in some scrap yard somewhere. Next time I visit my Daughter in Kentucky, I will have to do a drive by.
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