One Lucky Lessmann

Rare Power Shovel goes back to work

Right: Detail of the Ford engine’s add-on governor. If operational, a belt from the crankshaft would spin flyweights inside the rpm-regulating device, which in turn would cause the lever (with the eye in the end) to change the carburetor’s butterfly angle (with missing linkage in place) thus regulating the amount of fuel and air available to the engine.