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Which is more desirable?

ronm

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07/10/2019
6 Horse Stover or 4 horse Ingeco?
I know, get both of them...but that may not work out...:shrug:

PS- both pretty complete, both stuck-Stover has a broken rocker arm.
 

Jim Tremble

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Ronm

If you get the Ingeco, what would be the chances of borrowing the mixer as a pattern ??

We have been looking high and low for one and have found nothing.

Thanks,

Jim
 

Ed Noli

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01/02/2019
What model is the Stover? I am looking for a KC parts engine. Thanks Ed
 

LCJudge

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12/14/2019
6 Horse Stover or 4 horse Ingeco?
I know, get both of them...but that may not work out...:shrug:

PS- both pretty complete, both stuck-Stover has a broken rocker arm.
Whichever you like the best is the most desirable. As for value, there isn't a great deal of difference. You will see more of the Stover's than the Ingeco's. With the old iron, whatever excites you is the one to have!
 

ronm

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07/10/2019
That's the problem-they're both pretty cool engines...
I'll see how things work out. I know the Ingeco is not as common, but that big Stover just looks like it means business...
 

Tom S

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a 4 hp Ingeco is a pretty good sized engine too and nice to look at. The 5 spoke flywheels are a little different.
 

ronm

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07/10/2019
Well, this is the one I ended up with. ..4 horse Ingeco...(the Stover was gone)...my friend threw it in the deal on the G tractor I posted the new thread on in the antique tractor forum...it's thoroughly stuck-NOTHING moves...but no welds or breaks. As if I needed another project. But like I said about the G, couldn't pass it up.
 

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