That's a beauty! If you have the model number, you should be able to find the manual for it on the Lincoln site. I think Lincoln could tell you what year it is to. I'd guess from the 40's, maybe even earlier than that.
Re: Lincoln welder followed me home (pics) in reply to Stick welding, 05-29-2014 19:34:07
I had a 1953 SA200 with copper windings. Mine had a Continental 4 cyl flathead and ran smoooooth! I never welded with a machine that put down a prettier bead! You will really like the way this old Lincoln welds. Like stickweld said, go to the Lincoln website, but on mine I went to a Lincoln distributor, and they copied one for me.
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