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Mark Beard is the owner of this Aeromotor 8 cycle pumping engine, built in Chicago, IL.

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Associated engines owned by Bill Smith, of Lancaster, WI. Shown, from left to right, are 4hp, 1½ hp, 1¾ hp air cooled and 2¼ hp models.

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Mike Schlender pauses here for a photo with his 2 hp Baker Monitor, built in 1912 by Baker Manufacturing of Evansville, WI.

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Joe Haarvei, of McChesny Park, IL, owns this nicely restored 2 hp Monitor, built by Baker Manufacturing of Evansville, WI, in 1910.

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Kevin and Roger Haarklau own this 1920 Baker Monitor, built in Evansville, WI, and rated at 3 hp.

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Steve Oswald, of Wauzeka, WI, owns this unique 2 ½ hp Bamford engine, built in England.

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Don Vadnais, of Waukesha, WI, is shown with a 1907 Bulls Eye side shaft engine, built by Jacobson and sold by Montgomery Ward Co. This engine had been previously used in a Chicago hotel to pump water to the upper floors.

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Bill Williams, of Cassville, WI, owns this sharp looking 2 hp Bullseye engine, built by Jacobson and sold by Montgomery Ward.

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Joe Prindle, of Wisconsin Rapids, is shown here with his 3 hp CH&E engine, built in Milwaukee and used to run a table saw.

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Jim Nass, of Batavia, Il, owns this fine looking Challenge 8hp engine, built in Batavia and equipped with a Wizard low tension magneto.

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Dennis Young’s Christensen is a model FF, generating 6 hp at 350 rpm. It was built in Milwaukee, WI, by Christensen Engineering Co.

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Paul Davis, of Ridgeway, WI, is shown here with his 5hp Davis Junior, built by the Cascaden Mfg. Co., of Waterloo, IA.

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Arthur Wegner, of Wisconsin Dells, is the owner of this twin cylinder Davis Engine, built in Milwaukee, WI, and restored by Donald Blausey, of Baraboo, WI. The Davis is a twin cylinder opposed, screen cooled engine and is an impressive machine to watch run. Davis built a very similar engine that was used in the 8-16 Avery tractor.

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This unique rig consists of a 3 hp John Deere type E engine powering a cement mixer, table saw and water pump. The chassis is made from Chevrolet parts. It was built in the late 1920’s by a mason named George Felix and is now owned by Wally and Norma Clavadatscher, of Sauk City.

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Ellis Voss, of Ames, IA, is shown here with his 6 hp John Deere type E gas engine, built in 1928.

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This Deming pump is owned by Gene Buelow, of Rock Springs, WI.

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