The footplate is what really stands out to me. It really transforms the appearance. I don't really understand the design of British footplates. To me, they look very confining. If they removed that footplate and changed it back to it's original configuration, it wouldn't look so weird.The positive comment for the poor thing is: The rubber would be nice over here....but gads that front pedestal needs to be put back where it belongs!
Here's a message I received from Chris Wheeler of Louisville, KY:
"I was wondering if you could help me. I am looking for #1810. The last record of it I have is in Westport IN, in 2004. My uncle owned it back in the 90's. I would like to know where it ended up. Thanks for your help. Chris"
I don't have any current info on this engine.:shrug: It is a 22 SSG built in 1926. 68 x 20 rears, 42 x 10 fronts. It originally went to Benson Threshing Co, L.C. Benson, Secy., Owensville, IL, then to J.A. Miller of (can't read the writing:rant