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Ok, guys. I have put this new antique small engine board up and I have visited many nice antique boards on the internet and have invited several of the engine experts to come over, visit, and even moderator this board. I am personally very interested in learning more about this fun hobby and I have extended an invite to Kevin Beitz already for his input and moderation. I have not heard anything back yet, but we will soon I am sure.

Well, have fun and thanks!
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Sounds like fun!

Andy,

Where is the cutoff for "Antique"? A particular date or Mfg. if no longer made?

I guess it's time to start looking around. BTW I have a 1933-34 outboard motor...does that qualify? LOL

Greg
 

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Well, the other small engine club refers to its "qualifications" as:
"A club that is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and general information exchange about small antique air-cooled engines. Some brands included are: Briggs & Stratton, Lauson, Clinton, Reo, Maytag, Johnson, Continental, Wisconsin, Power Products, Cunningham, Nelson Brothers, Wards and others."

This forum will be dedicated to the restoration, preservation and information exchange of small antique air cooled gasoline engines of various makes. Two and four cycle engines. --- No specific years etc --- but I think most know what qualifies! :)


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Well if i had to guess

a 1937 Indian Junior Scout :smiles:
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Close but no cigar HA HA It is an Indian Pony engine about 1932.
I just got the motor for a shelf decoration. Almost the same as the 37 Junior motor but no distributor and it runs a constant loss
oil pump.
Rodster
PS...I do have a 37 Junior though.
 
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