That one must have come off Noah's Arc. As far as spare parts,I doubt if you could find a quart of paint to fit it. Those old Wisconsin parts are like gold to. Never really had too good of luck with those old hay baler engines. Have fun with your project,but I'd hate to try and pay the bills with that one.
Re: Lincoln welder followed me home (pics) in reply to Brad Buchanan, 05-31-2014 17:41:04
Brad,That's a good question and I am not sure I have the answer. I was born in 1950. The welder could be a little older but not much. The first engine drive I ever had was a Lincoln SA 200. It was an old sucker too.Early 50's I'd say. I have 4 engine drives now. 2 Miller Big 40s, a Bobcat and a Lincoln 250 with all the bells and whistles. MIG, TIG, and Stick. It is my favorite.
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