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Macleod, Sattley and Field Brundage


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Old 05-22-2014, 11:07:02 PM
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Going to drag up a couple of old posts here and bring up some information that I have come up with.

Back in 2007 while I was still living in Whitewood, Sask. a local gentleman brought some pictures of an engine to see if I could help put a name to it. Turns out that with help of this site that the engine was a rather scarce 1-1/2 hp Sattley throttle governed engine built by Field & Brundage.

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http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=40278

After searching the forums here Randy Reysen was looking for information on these engines and did not find alot out there.

Here is a couple of links to some of Randy's older posts

http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...rosene+sattley

http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...=sattley+randy

Now the engine that was in the pictures was offered to me at the start of April this year. the engine had been worked on it but is not yet running. So on the way back home from the Le Sueur swap meet I stopped by and we made a deal on the engine and some other parts and pieces he had lying around. On the 7 hour drive home from his place to my home in Spiritwood i was puzzled why and how a Sattley engine was found on an old homestead in Saskatchewan. I had bought a bunch of old Macleods catalogues at an auction in 2013 and knowing that there was a relationship between Field & Brundage and Macleod's went through these old catalogues to see if i could find this engine. The Fall & Winter catogue from 1920 shows this engine 3 times. Scans attached.
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The engine was also in the Spring and Summer catalogue from 1920. So these 1-1/2 hp Throttle governed engines were being sold by Macleod's in Canada for sure between 1920-21. I do not have any 1919 catalogues so I do not know if they were offered earlier.
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Here is a couple of pictures of the engine I bought. I will have to decide what i will do with the paint as by the catlogue the Macleods engines looked green.

If there is any interest, when I have more time I will start a thread and scan these Macleods catalogues as there is some good pictures/information on the Field & Brundage, Nelson Bros and some other engines the Macleods sold in Canada.
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I have a 1 3/4 McCleod hit & miss .It has a Webster mag and the remaining paint is red.
Serial # is 9392.
I don't have time for a picture today but I could get one later.
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