20 hp Avery. Very nicely restored. I mean the engine.
Here is one of those engines that fool some people. They think it is a steamer. It is a Townsend Tractor. There are not many of them left, which makes them so interesting. We have never had anyone give their experiences in handling them.
RUMELY OIL PULL TRACTOR at the 1960 Pontiac Show and owned by Wilbur Collins, 215 W. Prairie St., Pontiac, Illinois
About a year ago, I purchased a 20-40 Rumely Oil Pull and have been working on it ever since. I hope to get it ready for the Greenville and Brookville 1961 Shows.
STANLEY PETERSON ON HIS OIL PULL
Aultman Taylor Tractor owned by Wilbur Collins, 215 W. Prairie St. Pontiac, Ill., at the 1960 Pontiac Reunion.
4-wheel drive, general purpose tractor made by Massey Harris Co. Owned by Floyd A. Kenyon, Roanoke, Woodford Co., Illinois. Both are in good running condition. They have Hercules engines.
Moline Universal Tractor at the Pontiac Reunion in 1958.
Twin City Tractor No. 1659, 60-90 on kerosene or 90-120 on gasoline. 6 cylinder motor 7x 9.
This is a picture of the big Minneapolis that powers the Vogelsong Sawmill at Owensburg, Indiana.
Steam model built by Mr. William P. Feese, 1956.
I also enclose a snapshot of a 1921 American La France fire truck and a 1919 Overland. They are part of my collection which includes the following: Two T Fords, 1924 Packard, Buggy, Upright stationary steam engine, Fairbanks & Morse gasoline engine, steam
A picture of myself while we were installing a new set of tubes in my 1916 Advance Rumley.
Model of 65 Case built by Paul Knsnefsky, Florence, Kansas. Overall length, 5 feet.
I got a small Stanley Engine and made my own boiler of a water tube style, using bottled gas for fuel, which makes it very controllable. Put a cross head pump on for boiler feed and a hand pump for extra safety.