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2019 gas engine feature

Discussion in 'Stationary Gas and Diesel Engines' started by Ned, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. Ned

    Ned Mega Poster WMSTR Lifetime Member

    Does anyone know what brand will be featured in 2019?

    Thanks
    Erik "ned" Mars
     
  2. ottocollection

    ottocollection Intermediate Poster WMSTR Lifetime Member

    Jacob Haish and related engines such as Appleton and Sandwich
     
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  3. crystalaakre

    crystalaakre Mega Poster Moderator WMSTR Lifetime Member

    I am trying to get some info together for 2019 and for the 2020 Otto Feature. Can you guys help me start a list of contacts for the 2020 feature? I need info for the 2019 poster ASAP. Send me a message... call or text 218-329-1813... Thanks!
     
  4. Ned

    Ned Mega Poster WMSTR Lifetime Member

    Thanks for the update
     
  5. jswithers

    jswithers WMSTR Lifetime Members WMSTR Lifetime Member

    I'm just bringing this back up to the top. This years feature in the gas engine area is Jacob Haish and related engines and equipment. This would include Chicago Gasoline Engine/Smith Manufacturing/Great Western, Cock O' The Walk, Chanticleer, Appleton, early Rock Island (later Rock Island engines were Alamo), Sandwich and New Idea. New Idea is included because they bought out Sandwich. They discontinued the Sandwich engine in favor of their own design. Chicago became Smith which became Great Western. The Smith/Great Western engines were built by Jacob Haish in a separate facility on the Jacob Haish property.

    If you have any of these engines or related equipment we would love to see them Labor Day weekend. Please contact me, my son Jeremy or my brother Keven if you need more information.

    Thank you.
     
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