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Root & Vandervoort Engine

Root & Vandervoort


This is an upright Root & Vandervoort "Easy Cooler" engine. This engine was built in East Moline, Illinois. They were sold by Deere & Co. and this one has the origional Deere tag on it.

Economy Engine


This is a 6 H.P. Sparta Economy gas engine. I recently got this engine running. The SPARTA came from the place they were made in Sparta, Michigan. They were made there from 1909-1913. This is a 1909 model. These engines unlike their younger brothers had a very sharp square hopper. Our good friend Martin Schmidt of Minden, Nebraska is shown with the engine.

Superior Engine

Superior


This is a 25 H.P. Superior Engine. It is a side shaft model built in Springfield, Ohio. Superior bought out Otto engine works in 1923.

Thompson-Lewis Engine

Thompson-Lewis


This is another side shaft. This is a Thompson-Lewis engine built in Beloit, Wisconsin around 1908. It also came from
Pioneer Auto Show.

Webster Engine

Webster


This is an inverted Webster engine. This is approx. a 1898 engine. By inverted, this means that the cylinder is in the base of the engine with the flywheels & crankshaft above the cylinder.

Witte Engine

Witte


This is a side shaft Witte engine. It was built in Kansas City, Missouri around 1910 or maybe slightly earlier.

Wisconsin Engine

Wisconsin


This is a sideshaft Wisconsin Engine. This one was taken out of an old house in eastern Nebraska where it was used on a light plant. The original decals and a lot of paint are in near perfect condition. This engine is very rare because it has the factory throttle goverening mechanism. Very few engines were made this way!

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