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Can anyone identify this antique two cylinder engine

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This 2 cylinder engine has the transmission pan as part of the block casting. It appears to be a shaft drive set up. Missing several parts. I do not know what it is. Does anyone have an idea ?

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Wow, that does look like it, the same water outlets on the bottom on the cylinders and right is horizontal and if a person could see the left outlet I bet it is vertical. What year is this Autocar Truck in your picture ?

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They look like neat old trucks. Amazed this old engine could pull those kind of loads. Was figuring this probably came out of some light Runabout Automobile. Very surprised !

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Back in the early 2,000s there was a guy who brought 2 Autocar trucks to Hershey and drove them around. I don't know what he had done to them but they were fast.

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