LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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- Elmer Baderscher, 4339 Young Harris Hwy., Blairsville, CA 30512-2383; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WOODPECKER INFORMATION WANTED
I am in need of information on the 1 Â¬? hp Woodpecker hit-and-miss gasoline engine. It was sold by Flint and Walling of Kendallville, Ind. The engine was built by Middletown Machine Company, Inc., in Middletown, Ohio, sometime early in the last century. Any history of the company or material on the engine would be greatly appreciated. Also, I'd like to hear from anyone who has any information on Miami engines as well.
- John Rosenogel, 6207 N. 350 W., Wawaka, IN 46794-9716
A CALL FOR HELP
I have this tool and have no idea what it is or what it was used for. I thought maybe the readers might be able to tell me what they think it is.
Warren Fick, 701 14th Ave., Durant, IA 52747-9620
IH MYSTERY IMPLEMENT QUESTION ANSWERED
The IHC mystery implement on page five in the June 2001 issue of Farm Collector is a 14-tooth harrow used to cultivate row crops, such as corn, potatoes or other garden crops. It was pulled by a horse or a mule. My grandpa and dad had one of these. There are six teeth on each side and two in the middle.
- Cordon Sigrist, 1867 190th Rd., Wathena, KS 66090
BATES ENGINE INFORMATION
I would like to know about the engine in 1924 model. This is not a Leroi engine. Some say it is a Midwest. Whatever that is, it is an overhead valve engine.
- Ken Buonaccorsi, 66 Bayswater Moonah Tasmania, Australia 7009
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