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Wisconsin, Fairbanks-Morse,Craftsman,Briggs


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Old 08-22-2010, 02:10:44 PM
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Default Wisconsin, Fairbanks-Morse,Craftsman,Briggs

HI,
I am not a small engine collector. Just received some old engines from a neighbor whose husband passed away. I have no idea as to their value, but I definitely want to sell them. I believe he had them all working at one point. Is it possible for someone to at least send me in the right direction as to where I might begin. One is a Heavy duty air cooled Wisconsin Engine AENLD Model 3146915 size 3 x 3 1/4, the Fairbanks-Morse is Model 18-7 Rated HP 2 1/2 at 1800 RPM Cap 2 1/2 qts.; two easy spin Briggs; and a Craftsman "Special" Model 143 90020.
Thank you for any advice you might be able to give.
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Default Re: Wisconsin, Fairbanks-Morse,Craftsman,Briggs

The "Easy Spin" on the Briggs Engines tell us very little about the engine. "Easy Spin" was a trade mark for the Briggs recoil starter. Most likely these engines are aluminum block engine that at the most are worth at the most $25 each. if you could find the Model, Spec., and Code numbers on the engine will tell us a lot more.
The Craftsman engine, with the 143 source code, is a Tecumseh built engine.
It would be best if you could post pictures of the engines.

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Thank you, Kent. I appreciate the quick reply. I will try to borrow a camera and post pics of engines.
Greg
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are the briggs kick start. looking for FH or FI kick start
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