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Sta-Rite Registry
by Denis Rouleau on 05-22-2007 12:13:23 AM
Sta-Rite Racine LaCrosse Hustler Renfrew Serial numbers, horsepower, bore, stroke and casting letter estimated year built.
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Field-Brundage Assoc
by Harry on 06-07-2008 11:53:33 AM
Pacific Northwest Field-Brundage Association

Dedicated To The Preservation Of Field-Brundage Stationary Engines
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Gray Motor Company
by Harry on 03-20-2005 01:17:48 AM
GRAY engines built originally by the Gray Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan, as early as 1906. Later on, many GRAY engines were either built by, or sold by the "Termaat and Monahan Company"
in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. and some...
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Taylor Vacuum Engine Registry
by Harry on 01-07-2008 01:33:40 AM
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CHRISTENSEN Registry
by Harry on 01-05-2008 02:27:24 AM
Registry
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Root & Van Dervoort Engineering Company
by Harry on 03-17-2005 09:21:50 AM
The R&V company no longer exists but this site has been produced to give an insight into the company, its history, what they produced and the two men who were instrumental in its success. My name is Peter Lowe and I am the custodian of the...
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Sandwich Early Day Engine Club - Engine Registry L
by Bob Ronning on 01-02-2012 05:52:47 PM
Sandwich Engine Registry

If your engine is not listed
Please email Ray Forrer at rncforrer@juno.com or the club at sandwichengineclub@yahoo.com

to register your Sandwich Built/Tagged engine.

...
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Alamo Registry
by Harry on 03-17-2005 06:06:14 PM
Two pages of Alamo serial numbers and year of manufacture.

Also:
http://buzzcoil.brinkster.net/alamo/page202.html
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Fuller & Johnson Registry by Nick Lozzi
by Harry on 04-14-2005 09:21:06 AM
Here you will find the Fuller & Johnson Engines out there today. I'm collecting information to see just how many engines are left today and registration is open to all models of engines and those copied by other firms. To register your...
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Associated Engines
by Harry on 03-13-2005 01:08:43 PM
This Assocaited Manufacturers / Amanco web site was created to help collectors and owners of these great engines learn about the history and mysteries of the Assocaited Line. Feel free to submit information and a photo of your own engine to the...
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Rate Link: JAPY Photos and Registry
by Harry on 03-13-2005 02:21:33 PM
The Japy engine factory was established in Beaucourt (Terre de Belfort) France and had offices in Paris. In the course of years the firm grew enormously and exercised several activities. Thus they gained several large prizes and medals on...
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Rate Link: Majestic Engines - James W. Priestley
by Harry on 03-16-2005 12:06:41 AM
The Majestic Gasoline Engine Company was owned by the Hartman Company of Chicago, Illinois and began business around 1855. From beginning production of the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company “Waterloo Boy” engine in 1906 until March of 1918, their...
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Rate Link: Acadia Gas Engine Co. of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
by Harry on 03-17-2005 09:52:26 AM
Designed and built right here in Nova Scotia the Acadia stationary gas engines were good, dependable power. Affordable and able,these Maritime workhorses were once common in every rural community.They sawed the firewood, ground feed, pumped water,...
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Rate Link: Reeves Pulley Company Gas Engine
by Harry on 04-05-2005 03:48:39 PM
The Reeves Pulley Company gas engines were manufactured in Columbus, Indiana from early 1911 thru July 1915. Approximately 900 engines per year were manufactured starting with serial number 3000 for the first three years than tapered off to about...
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Rate Link: Wisconsin Heavy Duty Air-Cooled Engines
by Harry on 04-12-2005 12:24:24 AM
The WISCONSIN MOTOR MFG. CO. was organized to build automobile, truck and marine engines on March 1, 1909. The company started in a small shop in North Milwaukee where it operated until the end of 1910 when the first section of the new plant built...
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Gilson Engines
by Harry on 04-13-2005 01:05:42 AM
GILSON Advertisements, OLD Style "A" (4-1/2hp), NEW Style "A" (5 hp), Style "B" "Johnny-The-Wizard", Style "D" (2hp), Style "D" (3hp), Style...
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Rate Link: Hercules Engines
by Harry on 04-20-2005 04:52:38 PM
This page is devoted to exchanging knowledge about Hercules built engines or any related topics. Much of this information was obtained from research done by Glenn Karch, my thanks to him for his generous contributions.
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Rate Link: New Holland News On-line
by Harry on 04-28-2005 06:08:33 PM
Clifford Moyer bought his first New Holland engine more than 30 years ago. A retired dairy farmer from Dublin, Pennsylvania, he didn't realize at the time how a few pieces of cast iron would soon command a significant part of his life. Now Moyer has...
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Rate Link: MYSTERY ENGINES
by Harry on 05-12-2005 09:46:38 PM
Pictured here are engines that are unidentified. If you have any information that will aid in the identification of these engines, please contact the person whose email address appears with the picture. If you have an engine that you would like to...
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Rate Link: Nelson Bros. Registry
by Harry on 01-01-2007 07:49:02 PM
A place that as I collect photos and data on engines I can build a public database of info on Nelson Bros. produced engines. Feel free to e'mail me photos, specs., and data on your engine to add to this database. Also I can scan photos and return...
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Detroit Engine Works
by John Davis on 02-09-2007 12:03:42 PM
Detroit Engine Works and related engine companies stationary and marine. Registry, history, original literature, photos, wiring diagrams, engine spec's, how to start your engine.
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Petrie Mfg. Co. Ltd Registry
by Denis Rouleau on 05-22-2007 12:07:04 AM
Petrie Mfg. Co. Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario. Serial numbers, horsepower, bore, stroke and casting letter.
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STICKNEY engine registry.
by Denis Rouleau on 07-26-2007 01:12:56 PM
List your Stickney engines here. You can also find pictures of other Stickney engines already listed in the Stickney registry. Thanks! Denis Rouleau
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Julien Registry
by Harry on 12-31-2007 01:10:56 PM
REGISTRY of JULIEN Engines. Charles A. Julien Pont Rouge, Quebec.
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Rate Link: Lorenz - Benz Registry
by Harry on 01-05-2008 07:09:09 PM
Engine registries provide a useful database for owners, to give an idea of how many of a particular type of engine are still in existance, serial numbers, dating and historical information.
If you have a Lorenz or a Benz engine, or know of...
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