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Your probably right about not finding the exact engine, they never made that many to start with. There never were any of the big breaking engines in these parts as most of the open prairies in this state were well broken way before the advent of the big engines. Most of the surviving ones were sent up into the big timber areas for sawmill power as was yours, or stripped down for the boiler for use in the oil fields. If something does eventually turn up, it can always be changed. Mean while you can enjoy having it running. As some one recently pointed out to me "none of us are getting any younger" so enjoy it while you can.