Re: Insley Crane info in reply to BBina, 08-29-2011 14:47:57
They may be affiliated with, or were manufactured by "Badger Mfg." of Winona, Minnesota. Badger made "Hopto", and was part of "Warner & Swasey" and subcontracted to some lesser known brands, and also made"Burro" railroad cranes. Some of their models were the same machine,with different names on them. I've seen new "Insley" models sitting on the shipping line at Badger, in Winona Minnesota.
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