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Waterloo Model N


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Old 05-17-2016, 12:05:41 PM
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What are the chances of finding an engine for one?
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I seen one for sale at le seuer swap meet.
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Any chance of finding contact info?
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Sent pm with contact info
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Mike,

that looks like a very nice find, any chance of you telling us the story behind it?
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Hey Mike
Did you get this up around Kirkland?
There was an old guy used to come to the show that talked about the remains of one of these, but I never followed up on it.
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That's the one
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Was able to locate some remnants of the original engine. Pretty rough
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Things are looking up now, Seriously when you do find another motor,it would be nice to have an extra head and some misc. parts laying around when its all finished,so these parts are a good find and one step closer to getting it up and running,i hope you find a motor for it.
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That"s a real good start. There are parts out there, just have to keep looking. May need to have some things duplicated. Might give Kenny Kass a call, he has restored more Waterloo Boys than any one else. Also there were a bunch of extra parts on The Dan Roen Sale some years back, may be some one who was there might have knowledge of who got them but likely Kenny was there as well.
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