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Old 09-06-2019, 12:01:57 PM
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With so many engines of all shapes and sizes in this thread I will be posting photos. Enjoy
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Old 09-06-2019, 12:07:55 PM
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Some more engines at the show. Enjoy
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Nice pictures Gary. It was nice to visit with you there.
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I have to admit, I felt a little naked with not bringing a engine to the show. As always Gary you do a great job with your pictures. Chris, I was in your family's Otto building and wish I took a moment to talk with you. Hopefully I can get out there again. It was truly a amazing show. Dave
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I have to admit, I felt a little naked with not bringing a engine to the show. As always Gary you do a great job with your pictures. Chris, I was in your family's Otto building and wish I took a moment to talk with you. Hopefully I can get out there again. It was truly a amazing show. Dave
Dave, glad you made it to the show. It is one of the best on earth. The Otto building belongs to the Withers boys. We are in the building directly across from it towards the big DelaVernge. There were so many people there, and we were busy with some projects, but I would have liked to have gotten a chance to talk to more people. In the future, I hope people will say hello - even if we are occupied with something!
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Can you give us identification of the engines pictured, please?
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Old 09-10-2019, 05:03:03 PM
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Pic 1 is 22.5hp Bessemer
Pic 2 is 8H Ruston Hornsby
Pic 3 is 600hp Snow
Pic 4 is 330hp Worthington
Pic 5 is ???
Pic 6 is 5hp Bessemer
Pic 7 is 125 hp De Lavergne HA
Pic 8 is 20hp? De Lavergne HA
Pic 9 is 150hp Snow
Pic 10 is 8hp Mogul
Pic 11 is a model of a ???
Pic 12 is an air cooled Associated I believe
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I believe pic 11 is a model of a "Sorg" engine. The interesting thing about this engine is that the cylinder moves, and the piston is stationary.
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Old 09-10-2019, 07:08:26 PM
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Pic 11 is a model of a ???
Someone else will be able to identify better, but It appears that it is a fixed piston, with moving cylinder connected to the crankshaft. There was some recent discussion regarding this design.

John beat me to the explanation.
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Marv should chime in its one he built. Like everything he makes its top notch. We had a great time at the show took lots of photos and videos. Gary
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Ok. I didnt know what it was called. Somewhere i have a black and white picture of, I think, an actual engine like that. Probably saved im my downloads. Very interesting.
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I think #5 is a Massey-Harris. Not sure though.
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#5 is an Emerson #12 is aircooled United
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#5 is an Emerson #12 is aircooled United
I was going to say Emerson but it didn't quite look right to be an Emerson. Nice engine!
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Ok. I didnt know what it was called. Somewhere i have a black and white picture of, I think, an actual engine like that. Probably saved im my downloads. Very interesting.
There's a thread over on the Scale Model Engineering page that has pictures of an actual engine.

https://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=183285
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