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1919 5HP Hit and Miss Economy engine Sold by Sears and Roebuck and made by Hercules and owned by my good friend L.D. Johnson. This motor was stuck and not running when Mr Johnson got it and he had to knock the piston out with a timber and refurbish it to make it run. Notice that a model T Ford coil is being used for the spark. It is so neat to see a 94 year old engine come to life and start running again.
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This is a 6 HP 1923 Economy brand stationary engine.
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I just purchased this engine today from a good hearted person. Hard starting needs magneto work but a good find. THANKS AL!!
Great running unworn engine on original cart.
This is my little hit & miss engine I restored. It's been my first one. I thought I'd take a break from restoring tractors and give one of these a shot. I would like to restore a large one someday soon
This is one of the first times I belted the engine to the saw rig on the cart. The belt was very tight but after running it for a while. It loosened up and I ran the belt under the tension pulley.
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