George Albright

F/S 1900-1905 aircooled engine 3 HP. Hershey delivery $1,700. See photos

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Superb and rare circa 1900-1905 approx. 3 HP aircooled engine

Power any early vehicle

Possibly made by the Lowell Company of Lowell, Mass.who made and sold loose engines

Similar to De Dion Bouton, Aster, Crest, Thomas, etc.

Atmospheric inlet valve. Superb and complete minus the timer and exhaust cam. No makers marks anywhere. Paid $1,900 for it. Sacrifice $1,700

Ship for costs or free Hershey delivery. More photos by email, just ask

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Here are motor dimensions: No carb, an early Schebler would be perfect. No name on timer. Outside diameter of jug where it meets the crankcase is about 3 1/4 inches.Overall height of motor: 19 inches. Overall length of entire unit: 22 inches. Flywheel 3 inches thick,and 9 1/2 inches in diameter. Output shaft 10 inches long from crankcase to end of output shaft if flywheel taken off: 10 inches. Diameter of output shaft 13/16 of an inch. George Albright  gnalbright@gmail.com

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I have owned a Crest motor. It is VERY close to a Crest motor. Crankcase breaks in half the same way. However CREST is embossed into Crest motors. Timer and cam probably similar to Orient,Crest,De Dion Bouton motors. Austin Parkinson in the UK makes post parts for DDB engines including the timers. George

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