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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Gas Engine ID Help

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Trkr

03-20-2011 15:11:40
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Found an old hit and miss engine today,but need help with what it is.It has a brass tag on top of it with a serial number on it 253696.Below that it says RPM 550 HP 1 1/2E.Has a hopper on top for water,single cylinder,with 2flywheels.Also had a little hand crank you could hook on the crank to crank it over with.Looked to be red in color,with maybe some yellow on the side of the hopper.Had a electrical unit of some sort on the side that said Webster Tri Powwer Ocsilator.Anyone have an idea what kind of motor this and what it might be worth?Thanks.

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casenut1

04-30-2011 11:11:30
24.95.41.76



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 Re: Gas Engine ID Help in reply to Trkr, 03-20-2011 15:11:40  
need a picture to look at. sounds like an economy,i would gladly pay 100 dollars running or not.



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Trkr

03-21-2011 17:19:09
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 Re: Gas Engine ID Help in reply to Trkr, 03-20-2011 15:11:40  
Thanks Guys,looked up a pic of an Economy,that's definitely what it is.Engine looks to be all there,spins over,looks like it would run.Not mounted on anything but a couple of pieces of old wood blocks.I could probably get it for 100.,owner passed away,out of state children want it gone.



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sflem849

03-21-2011 17:44:08
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 Re: Gas Engine ID Help in reply to Trkr, 03-21-2011 17:19:09  
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That's an ok deal. It has a mag so you are way ahead. If it works even better. I bought my dad a Stover (I thought they made the Economy, but I must be wrong) CT-2 that didn't have the mag and came in two buckets. It was like $250 and I paid way too much. I have learned a lot since then.



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sflem849

03-21-2011 06:31:36
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 Re: Gas Engine ID Help in reply to Trkr, 03-20-2011 15:11:40  
A picture is worth 1000 (or more) words to help ID an engine. All engines had/could have the parts you described. The best indicator is the mag, but there were only about 3 major mag mfgs at the time.



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the Unforgiven

03-21-2011 09:31:41
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 Re: Gas Engine ID Help in reply to sflem849, 03-21-2011 06:31:36  
All engines could have been a model E?



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the Unforgiven

03-21-2011 05:33:53
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 Re: Gas Engine ID Help in reply to Trkr, 03-20-2011 15:11:40  
Sounds an awful lot like an Economy, they were made by Hercules. Has a Webster magneto. Price wise it's tough to say without more info, is it running, any cdw's, repainted, on a cart, etc. They are a very common but popular engine. Best case scenario one might bring $800.



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