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Hey everyone, I'm considering selling engines I collected with my father and need help with their value. Can anyone give any comments? They are: Spart Economy 2HP serial no. 927, Perkins windmill single flywheel, 7HP Fairbanks Morse, Waterloo Boy 2HP, Aermotor 8 cycle, John Deere 2 cylinder model LU power unit, Meadows Gristmill, all restored, but have not run in several years (but kept inside).
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By far the most valuable is the Perkins. You should get 4 to 5 thousand dollars for that one. The others are common engines.

I would like to see a close up picture of the name tag on the Perkins.

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