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John M. Smith Motor and Buzz Saw (can you date this?)


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Old 03-01-2018, 10:32:52 PM
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Default John M. Smith Motor and Buzz Saw (can you date this?)

looking to see if anyone knows when this motor and buzz say might have been manufactured.
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Hello Jim, I believe that the John Smyth engines fell under the same sequence as all the Waterloo built engines. Here is a link to the serial number list. It appears that you're engine was built in 1913. I am sure some other Waterloo experts will chime in here
http://www.majesticengine.com/majest...l_Numbers.html

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