They were built in Sparta from 1910 until late 1913.
The Hercules Company purchased all the equipment, patients, and unfinished engines and moved the facilities to Evansville, Indiana.
Around I shut it off so I could go participate with a Blue Grass group. 342054 Take a close look at the license plate on the pickup.
They appeared to be having too much fun by them selves so I joined in with my guitar for four or five tunes. Sent to my by Jeff Holbrook [email protected] helped with the restoration.
They were replaced with Webster magnetos in 1915 or 16 as standard equipment. The third picture shows the early governor mechanism with the brass thumb screw adjustment. for model D engines are sometimes stamped on the end of the crankshaft. [email protected] A Szymczak wrote: "This is my model D Economy that my dad left to me.
The second picture shows the igniter and trip mechanism. All three pictures show the very early style water hopper with the rounded over rectangle opening. I haven't been able to do any restoration on it yet, but it runs great.
The farm has been owned by the same family since 1840.
The last adult male died about 40 years ago and one daughter is still living on the place.
First and second gear are most often used when driving around show grounds.
Angela Montenegro sets him straight, explaining that Brennan's interest in the subject is purely anthropological.
Wendell is relieved, saying that he needs the job, as he owes a significant sum of money.
If anyone has suggestions, ideas or help I would appreciate their comments.
JD and Ann Hall Batesville IN [email protected] are some pictures of the 7hp Economy powered car built by Bill Peterson of Aloha Oregon.
My brother-in-law Dave and I had it running about this morning and it ran perfectly all day.