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Whats the steamer in the picture?


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Old 07-11-2018, 09:13:49 PM
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What brand and hp is this? Also, what model of thresher?
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Hi Everyone
I'm betting that it's a Geiser made in Waynesboro , Pa.
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The rear wheels on the engine are a dead giveaway...….
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It's a Peerless built by Geiser , Waynesboro PA, those wheel spokes give it away. The separator may well be one of their's as well. One of their mid sized engines, 16-20 HP. somewhere there abouts.
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The threshing machine is also a Geiser. "New Peerless" model.
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The engine is an Anderson type Peerless.
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