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F/S: 1904 Brennan NOS engine & trans! Serial # 1-1904. See photos!

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Dear Friends: I have decided to sell just my "new" 1904 Brennan 20 HP 4 cylinder aircooled overhead pushrod engine and 1904 Brennan 3 speed sliding gear transmission separate from my other Brennan stuff. Removed from Brennan factory in Syracuse N.Y. in the 1950s by the shop forman. Very similar to a Franklin motor.Still has paper tags on the timer,and ears on the trans. have never been drilled for mounting. Includes from the factory the original 4 cylinder coil box, the fan,the original cone clutch,and a period replacement cone clutch and flywheel combination that slides right on the crank shaft. Also included a nice circa 1910 Rayfield carburetor carb and a period crank handle.Brennan sold mainly loose engines and built a handful of cars from 1900-07. Thus this engine is historically correct in any early car or frame. SUPERB setup for a vintage early brass era horseless carriage race car racer speedster,ect. Also is very similar to Curtiss and Wright aeroplane airplane engines of the same vintage and could be mounted in a static or real plane. You will NEVER get a chance to buy something like this again if you collector or are contemplating building an early racecar. Price is $14,800 firm. No trades. Lots of photos for serious buyers by email. Will assist with USA and overseas shipping. George Albright,Ocala,Fla. cell 352 843 1624 Email; gnalbright@gmail.com<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <!-- / message --><!-- attachments -->











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