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Field-Brundage, Racine Sattley and Sattley Engine Registry


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Old 10-10-2018, 06:52:56 PM
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Default Re: Field-Brundage, Racine Sattley and Sattley Engine Registry

The progress is slow but I was able to add a few more.

This week I added:
Field-Brundage: 2
Racine Sattley: 0
Sattley: 1
Nelson/Montgomery: 1

If you have one of these engines, please contact me and I will gladly add it to the registry. For your engine to qualify for the registry, I need a readable picture of the name plate to avoid any/all doubts about what you have.

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This's not an entry; more a curiosity:
Per Std catalog US Cars a Racine-Sattley carrage building company built a Racine-Sattley car in 1910-11...
Motors (4 cyl, but doesn't state whether vertical or opposed) were built by the Holbrook-Armstrong Iron Co, "across the street"..
Holbrook-Armstrong is listed as a gasoline auto engine m'f'r iin 1910-12 or so in the Automobile Trade Directory; several ads appear in that journal in which Holbrook states "our design or yours' (they also advertise foundry and castings work)...I didn't find any desc of the car engine, but I did not do a serious search...
Is this the same Racine-Sattley?? If so. did they design the 4 cyl car engine??
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Are the serial numbers stamped anywhere else on the engine other than the tag?
I have a 12 hp Field-Brundage engine that doesn't have a tag and was wondering if it was anywhere else on the engine?
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Here is my 2hp New Sattley (Nelson Bros.) and the ad from the 1927 Montgomery Ward catalog showing it.

S/N on the off-side flywheel rim is U4257

This engine was originally used to pump water from the Huzzah River to a farm near Viburnum, Missouri. They used a Weber Bulldozer pump.Click image for larger version

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Are the serial numbers stamped anywhere else on the engine other than the tag?
On my Field-Brundage engines the serial number is also stamped on the end of the crankshaft.

Mike, is your Field-Brundage a side shaft or a pushrod engine? Any pictures?

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Here is the tag off of my new sattley #16444 cody
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Here is the tag off of my new sattley #16444 cody
Any pictures of the whole engine? I would like to see if it was made by Nelson Bros. or by Montgomery Ward.
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Here is a picture of it Denis. The tag does have Montgomery Ward written on it!
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Here is a picture of it Denis. The tag does have Montgomery Ward written on it!
Even with a Sattley tag on your engine it can (and I thing it is) be a Nelson Bros. If you check the serial number stamped on the face of the pulley side flywheel it will also indicate the model's "letter" like T or TA.

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Denis the flywheel reads TA16444, it looks like it may have been originally a light or medium gray color, i see gray paint remnants here and there on it!
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