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1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &

NOTE; I have a photo posted for size comparison only, that shows this engine in front of the ½ scale Olds I have for sale in another listing. The Olds is NOT included in this sale. This 1/3 scale Associated Hired Man running engine has 6 flywheels. Bore and stroke is 1 1/4 x 1 5/8. It measures approximately (not including it’s wooden stand) 12 long, 8 wide, 8 1/2 wide. The wooden stand measures 17 ¼ inches long by 8 inches wide. The bottom of the stand to the top of the exhaust stack measures 12 ¼ inches. I balanced this engine after taking the first set of photos that have the black background. Take a look at the posted photo with the white background I have some of the weight machined off of the flywheel counterweights. I like the look so that is the way it is sitting now. Should you want me to paint the counterweights to match the flywheel just let me know otherwise it will look like it does in the photo with the white background and in my video. Many hours of machine work and assembly goes into producing a high quality scale model like this. A lathe, milling machine and experienced operator was needed to finish the rough castings and to fabricate the additional parts required. Having to pay someone for all of the machine work and fabrication involved would cost quite a bit. I put about 3 months of working most every day into restoring this engine. I worked as a Goldsmith/Jeweler for well over 30 years and I have a vast mechanical background once building successful racing engines for a few street rods and dirt track race cars along several racing go kart engines that picked up a few feature wins for the owner. I have combined my love for engines and jewelry skills into the model hit and miss engines that I build/restore. I hope it shows. I have a 15 minute video posted on YouTube where I go into detail about this engine along with showing how well it runs. The video is titled 1/3 scale gas powered Breisch Associated Hired Man Hit and Miss engine. My user name on that site is JoeKind1958. That’s just a user name, not my real name. I have many other videos on that site showing the engines that I have fixed/restored over the years. I think that the challenge in getting a scale engine like this to run and sound like the real thing is to run it slow and have it fire on just one intake stroke after the governor kicks out as I have accomplished here. In looking at many videos of scale engines on YouTube, I see that many of scale engines are running way to fast and they need to go through several intake strokes till they finally draw in enough fuel/air to fire just once. Why is one intake stroke not good enough? Usually its because the mixer air passage is simply too big for the amount of air that is drawn through the mixer. This is usually patched by having to restrict the incoming air by some sort of choke or a restrictor. Both might get the engine to run but both are not the correct way to get your engine to run like it should. Reason being is that by restricting the incoming air you are slowing down the air flow causing a bit of a vacuum and the fuel is sucked out in large poor burning droplets. The answer is to have a venturi area inside of the mixer right where the mixture needle and fuel jet are located. Having the air speed up in the venturi area past the fuel jet gives a nice misting/atomizing of the fuel for a more complete burning of the fuel. It’s why most every, if not all carburetors from small engines to race cars have a venturi area in the throttle bore(s). PLEASE NOTE that some of the posted photos were taken of this engine before I balanced the rotating crank assembly. I removed material from both flywheel counterweights in the lathe. I had to remove 32 grams off of the flywheel counterweights to balance it out and I chose not to paint the area that was machined off of the weights because I like the look. The photo showing the engine with a white background and my video show the engine with the material removed from the counterweights on the flywheels. Should you want me to paint that area red, let me know and I will do that for you. For many reasons this canned gas has become my favorite fuel for my model engines. I have used Coleman camp fuel and Naptha with mixed results. It does not seem to be as clean burning as the canned gas that gives constantly good results every time. Pump gas contains Ethanol that can be corrosive to certain metal parts. It also has a nasty habit of leaving a white crusty or green sticky residue (depends on the brand of gas, I have cleaned out a lot of small engine carbs over the years) when left to sit and evaporate out of a gas tank or carburetor. Not something you would want to use to fill up your riding mower. But for a small engine like this its well worth the price. It will last you a long time. It contains no Methanol and has stabilizers in it for a long shelf life. As I show in the video I add a small amount of castor oil to the canned gas when I fill up the tank on the engine stand. Just a drop or two goes a long way. The ignition points were originally located on the pushrod side of the engine. There really is no way to give one of these Associated engines a clean detailed look with a set of ignition points hanging below the pushrod so I made a crank mounted cam to trigger the points that are mounted to the engine block. The points trigger a regular 12 volt automotive type coil and you will need a 12 to 14 volt power source to run this ignition. I used a 12 volt gel cell battery. When the voltage drops down to close to 11 volts the spark does weaken a bit so keep your battery charged up. Note; 12 volt battery or jumper wires to hook the battery up to this engine are NOT INCLUDED. You will need to provide your own 12 volt power supply. NOTE: This is a running reproduction of a antique engine. It is an adult collectible item and is intended to be used by a experienced adult. Just like the original engine, it has no safety guards or covers mounted to it. Loose clothing, long hair or fingers could become cough in any moving part when this engine is running or even being turned over by hand. Use commonsense and keep your fingers especially small fingers! Away from all moving parts! I make no guarantees or clams as to how it will run for you or even if you would be able to get it started. Some mechanical knowledge and experience is needed to run any antique model engine like this. I have clear photos posted showing many different angels. I have a video posted showing it running. You should have some knowledge of a engine like this, like how to maintain it, keep it lubricated and adjust it if necessary as I provide no instructions other than what is in my videos and written in this ad. No guarantees of any kind are included with a hand made, adult hobby item like this. What you see is what you get. The 6 volt battery and the white cable from the battery to the engine is not included. If you want a more detailed photo of something or have any questions I will be more than glad to respond in a timely manor. The engine will be wrapped up in several layers of heavy duty industrial type bubble wrap. I will then fit this into a box or surround it with cardboard before more layers of bubble wrap are added. All this should fit into a heavy duty 29x19x17inch storage type tub. Total weight should be around 45 pounds. My packing is among the best you will find. This is gasoline powered scale model engine that comes with no instructions or guarantees what so ever!! Do not stick your finger or other body parts in a rotating mechanical assembly!! The new owner assumes all responsibilities and liabilities to himself/herself and others with this engine. This is an adult collectible item not to be operated or played with by children. I make no clams to it being safe as it is a antique scale model reproduction produced back in the day when no safety guards, air bags, safety warning labels, ect.. Were attached to dangerous products. I make no claims that it will even run as some might not have the mechanical ability to figure it out. By purchasing this item you are stating that you have read my whole ad, you understand it and that you agree with the terms and policy’s stated in this ad. I have detailed photos posted. A link is in this ad that shows this engine running. Thank you for looking!! Should you have any questions, please ask. Thank you for looking! The item “1/3 Scale Associated gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, antique &” is in sale since Friday, June 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Business & Industrial\Light Equipment & Tools\Stationary Engines\Engines”. The seller is “bushvideo” and is located in Reading, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Model: 1/3 scale Associated
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Type: Hit & Miss
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Brand: Paul Breisch castings/ Bill Bush restored
  • Powered By: Gas

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality

I have a 20 minute video Posted on YouTube describing everything and showing it running. The block has been smoothed and the B that is on both sides of the water hopper has been filled over. Just starting off with that to avoid the messages saying that this is not built from Breisch castings. The engine features a 1 7/8 bore x 2 stroke w/8 1/4 dia. There is a functioning hand crank, flip out starter handle in the one flywheel. The wooden base measures 24 x 12 ½ inches. Many hours of machine work and assembly goes into producing a high quality scale model like this. A lathe, milling machine and experienced operator was needed to finish the rough castings and to fabricate the additional parts required. Having to pay someone for all of the machine work and fabrication involved would cost quite a bit. I put about 4 months of working most every day into restoring this engine. I have a 20 minuet video posted on YouTube where I go into detail about this engine along with showing how well it runs. The video is titled ½ Scale Show Quality Breisch Olds model Hit and Miss engine. My user name on that site is JoeKind1958. That’s just a user name, not my real name. I think that the challenge in getting a scale engine like this to run and sound like the real thing is to run it slow and have it fire on just one intake stroke after the governor kicks out as I have accomplished here. In looking at many videos of scale engines on YouTube, I see that many of scale engines are running way to fast and they need to go through several intake strokes till they finally draw in enough fuel/air to fire just once. It takes patience and experience to get them to run the way I show this one running in the video. I have restored several of these ½ scale Olds engines over the years and have run into one common problem with all of them. That is the scale Lunkenheimer fuel mixer. They are designed to work and look like the full scale fuel/air mixers. They have a valve inside that covers the fuel outlet/jet. On the intake stroke the spring loaded valve is sucked open and fuel is drawn out of the jet. I have yet to own one of these that did not draw out the fuel semi correctly without the use of a choke to restrict the incoming air. The choke usually needs to be closed about ½ to ¾ of the way to get the engine to run. Even then the fuel mixture screw becomes very sensitive in its adjustment with only a very slight turn needed to go between the engine running rich and lean. Without writing a book on this problem I will sum it up by giving my opinion that the air inlet, the internal valve and air outlet of this scale mixer is simply too big for the amount of air that flows through it. This is why it does not work without restricting the incoming air with a choke. So rather than having air flowing at a decent speed past the fuel jet that gives a nice misting/atomizing of the fuel for a more complete burning of the fuel, you end up restricting the incoming air with a choke to draw out the fuel that does not make for a nice misting spray of fuel. After first firing up this engine after the restoration it was back to the same old, same old need to use the choke to get this engine to run. Enough is enough so I redesigned the mixer. The idea is simple. Reduce the size of the inlet and outlet and put a venturi about ¾ of the way into where the fuel mists out. The incoming air speeds up when going through the venturi area and that is where the fuel mixes with the air. In one of my posted photos I have a crude drawing of the shape of the inside of the mixer now looks like. As I suspected, this carburetor like airflow design works perfectly. It draws out the fuel so well that I did not need to choke it to pull the fuel into it this modified mixer. Adjusting the mixture screw between rich and lean is not as sensitive (the best descriptive word I could think of) as it was with the original design. In that case about 1/8 of a turn made the difference between overly rich and so lean it would shut off. Balancing that sensitive adjustment with getting the choke set just right was how it once was. That is no longer the case now. Needless to say that any engines I get in from now on that have one of these Lunkenheimer style mixers on them will be modified. PLEASE NOTE that some of the posted photos were taken of this engine before I modified the mixer. The only visual difference now is the lack of the choke in what once was the air intake. The air inlet is now on the bottom of the mixer where the spring once was for the internal valve that is no longer there. So this engine still retains the same looks as it had before the mixer modification, just minus the choke. I was out of camp fuel so I set this engine up using the canned gas as I show in the video. Pump gas contains Ethanol that can be corrosive to certain metal parts. It also has a nasty habit of leaving a white crusty or green sticky residue (depends on the brand of gas, I have cleaned out a lot of small engine carbs over the years) when left to sit and evaporate out of a gas tank or carburetor. Not something you would want to use to fill up your riding mower. But for a small engine like this its well worth the price. It will last you a long time. It contains no Methanol and has stabilizers in it for a long shelf life. As I show in the video I add a small amount of castor oil to the canned gas when I fill up the tank on the engine stand. Just a drop or two goes a long way. The ignition points were originally located on the pushrod side of the engine. There really is no way to give one of these Olds engines a clean detailed look with a set of ignition points hanging below the pushrod so I made a mount and run them off the crankshaft inside of the flywheel where they are out of site. The points trigger a antique Ford buzz-coil that is mounted under the engine stand. I updated the antique coil by removing the original capacitor and replacing it with a modern one. It now puts of a real nice spark. You will need a 6 volt battery to power the buzz-coil. The battery shown in the video is not included. There is room under the engine stand to mount a 6volt small jell cell type battery. Then add a off and on switch and you have a self contained running engine. NOTE: This is a running reproduction of a antique engine. It is an adult collectible item and is intended to be used by a experienced adult. Just like the original engine, it has no safety guards /covers mounted to it. Loose clothing, long hair or fingers could become cough in any moving part when this engine is running or even being turned over by hand. Use commonsense and keep your fingers especially small fingers! Away from all moving parts! I make no guarantees or clams as to how it will run for you or even if you would be able to get it started. Some mechanical knowledge and experience is needed to run any antique model engine like this. I have clear photos posted showing many different angels. I have a video posted showing it running. You should have some knowledge of a engine like this, like how to maintain it, keep it lubricated and adjust it if necessary as I provide no instructions other than what is in my videos and written in this ad. No guarantees of any kind are included with a hand made, adult hobby item like this. What you see is what you get. The 6 volt battery and the white cable from the battery to the engine is not included. If you want a more detailed photo of something or have any questions I will be more than glad to respond in a timely manor. The engine will be wrapped up in several layers of heavy duty industrial type bubble wrap. I will then fit this into a box or surround it with cardboard before more layers of bubble wrap are added. All this should fit into a heavy duty 33x19x15inch storage type tub. Total weight should be around 65 pounds. My packing is among the best you will find. This is gasoline powered scale model engine that comes with no instructions or guarantees what so ever!! Do not stick your finger or other body parts in a rotating mechanical assembly!! The new owner assumes all responsibilities and liabilities to himself/herself and others with this engine. This is an adult collectible item not to be operated or played with by children. I make no clams to it being safe as it is a antique scale model reproduction produced back in the day when no safety guards, air bags, safety warning labels, ect.. Were attached to dangerous products. I make no claims that it will even run as some might not have the mechanical ability to figure it out. By purchasing this item you are stating that you have read my whole ad, you understand it and that you agree with the terms and policy’s stated in this ad. I have detailed photos posted. A link is in this ad that shows this engine running. Thank you for looking!! Should you have any questions, please ask. Thank you for looking! The item “1/2 Scale Breisch Olds gas powered model Hit and Miss engine motor, Show Quality” is in sale since Wednesday, April 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Business & Industrial\Light Equipment & Tools\Stationary Engines\Engines”. The seller is “bushvideo” and is located in Reading, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Model: 1/2 scale Olds
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Type: Hit & Miss
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Brand: Paul Breisch castings/ Bill Bush restored
  • Powered By: Gas

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine

DO NOT PAY UNTIL INVOICED!!!! Check your spam for communications. If you do not hear from me, your spam is blocking emails. I do my best to let you know the condition of my items. 1/3 scale model of a Galloway hit and miss engine. This has an igniter style ignition. Flywheels are 10″ in diameter, 1 9/16″ bore by 3 3/8 stroke. With lubricators, machine drawings and a scale igniter coil (no pix). Engine turns over nicely and good compression. I have never run it but should run fine. Fun to display or run! The item “1/3 Scale Galloway Hit and Miss Ignitor Style Gas Engine” is in sale since Saturday, November 24, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Science & Medicine (Pre-1930)\Scientific Instruments\Other Antique Science Equip”. The seller is “rimini” and is located in Spirit Lake, Idaho. This item can be shipped to United States.

1 4 Scale Olds Hit Miss Model Engine

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE

To the lower 48 US States only! This engine had all of the machine work completed but was loosely assembled and in need of completion. At this point the engine has no more than about 40 minutes of run time. Video of this engine running: I have two videos posted on YouTube of me going over details and running the engine. Part 1 of 2 ½ scale Debolt Vaughn. Part 2 0f 2 ½ scale Debolt Vaughn. The Flywheel is 9 inches in diameter. Mounted on the wooden stand the total height is 12 ¾ inches and it weighs 47 lbs. The wooden display stand measures 25 x 13 inches. The engine itself measures about 16 long by about 10 ¾ inches wide and stands about 9 ½ inches tall not including the wooden display stand. Engine piston bore and stroke is approximately 1 ¾ x 1 7/8 inches. Ignition: The spark for this engine is provided by a Make Brake ignition system. This system works by hooking a battery up to a low tension coil. When the contacts inside of the combustion area are closed, the coil is charged. When the contacts open quickly a spark is produced. The 12 volt jell cell I used in the video is not included in this sale. Disconnect your power supply when the engine is not running. Fuel system: The outlet of the brass fuel tank is below the inlet of the fuel mixer. Inside of the fuel tank is a check ball on the fuel outlet to prevent the fuel from draining back into the tank and away from the adjustable needle during freewheeling and the time that the engine is not running. I strongly recommend draining the fuel out of the tank after running. This includes letting the engine run after the tank has been emptied to allow the fuel to be sucked out of the fuel line. There is a drain plug (not shown) in the bottom of the fuel tank. Over the years I have cleaned out more fuel tanks and fuel mixers/carburetors than you could imagine due to people not draining the tanks dry when they were finished running the engine. I ran this engine on some old Coleman lantern fuel that has some castor oil mixed in with it for upper cylinder lubrication during brake-in. Coleman lantern fuel is Naptha. Both can be found at most any hardware store. Keep in mind that most all pump gas contains at least 10% methanol along with a ton of chemicals that leaves a white crusty buildup (methanol is corrosive to some metal parts, especially aluminum) on everything it is in contact with should it be left in the tank and carb to evaporate over time. The carburetor / fuel-mixer: As I show in the video, the adjustment of the mixture needle is very sensitive. Only the slightest movement of the needle makes the difference between the engine running rich or lean. Please watch my video for more running information. Lubrication: There are 4 grease cups on this engine. Each time you run this engine, remove the screw on brass caps and push some bearing grease into the cups. Overfill the the cups slightly and carefully screw on the caps. The caps will screw in hard when they are pushing grease into the bearing area. So be careful that the caps are not turning hard because you might have them cross-threaded. You should be able to see some grease pushing out at one or both ends of the bearing. The brass connecting rod end has a hole in it for the included syringe that has grease in it. You need to see some grease pushing out on either side of the connecting rod end. Fill the drip oilier and turn the drip adjustment needle out about a turn and a half till this engine gets some more run time on it. Keep the drip oilier filled. Oil any other areas where metal rubs against metal like the governor shaft that has the side shaft rotating inside of it. Squirt some oil up into the bottom of the piston where the wrist pin is located. There is a oil hole located on the rod just above the wrist pin that you can not see. Water tank: I painted the inside of the water tank that is on top of the cylinder before the top was sealed on and the block was painted. The hole (passage way) that goes down to the water tank drain plug is not painted on the inside so if water is left in the tank this drain hole could rust closed. After draining the water out of the tank I ran some oil through the drain hole to keep it from rusting. I screw in the drain plug finger tight with grease on the threads to keep it from leaking. One way bearing starter. I have problems with my right thumb and the bearing starters that I make help me in starting the engines that I work on. I explain how this works in my videos on this engine. All sales are final! NOTE: Like the real full size hit and miss engines, these engines were not designed to run at a high RPM. Running this engine too fast could cause severe damage to the engine and possibly to anyone standing near it. Whats included in the sale: You get the engine as shown mounted on the wooden display stand, the one way bearing starter and the rod berating greasing syringe. The shown battery in my videos is not included. I make no guarantee on how this will run for you. You should have some mechanical experience with small engines to get this to run properly. ALL SALES ARE FINAL! The total dry weight of this Vaughn is about 47lbs. The heavy duty plastic container the engine will be packed up in weight 10lbs. So that is 57lbs without the large amount of packing material that I will be using. I wont be packing this engine till it sells so I can enjoy looking at it a little while longer and have it available for any needed photos or measurements. This is a running handmade gasoline powered scale model engine that comes with no instructions or guarantees what so ever!! Do not stick your finger or other body parts like hair or clothing in a rotating / moving mechanical assembly!! The new owner assumes all responsibilities and liabilities to himself/herself and others with this engine. This is an adult collectible item not to be operated near or played with by children. I make no clams to it being safe as it is a antique scale model reproduction of a engine that was produced back in the day when no safety guards, air bags, safety warning labels, ect.. Were attached to dangerous products. I make no claims as to how it will run for you as adjustments most likely will need to be made like fuel mixture and or governor settings. By purchasing this item you are stating that you have read my whole ad, you understand it and that you agree with the terms and policy’s stated in this ad. You understand that this is a hand built reproduction of a antique engine that was manufactured back in the day before any built in safety precautions were added to mechanical devices. If you have any questions, please ask before purchasing or making a offer on this engine. I have detailed photos posted. I have a video posted and describe everything to the best of my ability. I encourage asking questions should you have any and I will be more than glad to help. Thank you for looking!! Should you have any questions, please ask. Thank you for looking! The item “1/2 Scale Debolt Vaughn Model Antique Hit and Miss Engine. NICE” is in sale since Thursday, September 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Business & Industrial\Light Equipment & Tools\Stationary Engines\Engines”. The seller is “bushvideo” and is located in Reading, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Powered By: Gas
  • Brand: Debolt Machine Vaughn
  • Model: Hit and Miss engine reproduction Vaughn
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Type: Hit & Miss

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

1/3 Scale Of 1/2 Horse Power New Holland Model Hit And Miss Engine

This is Paul Breich’s 1/3 scale New Holland engine, which has been out of production about 30 years. It is a great engine to watch running, while enjoying your favorite beverage. The engine components are high quality cast iron, and the same goes for the brass castings. The ignition coil is inside the oak base, and a power plug is included. 875 bore, and 1.375 stroke, and a custom made travel case. The engine was built to Mr. I tried to place a running picture among the others, but it didn’t take, the best I could do is add a still picture of the engine running. The item “1/3 SCALE OF 1/2 HORSE POWER NEW HOLLAND MODEL HIT AND MISS ENGINE” is in sale since Thursday, August 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Tools, Supplies & Engines”. The seller is “brockwayx” and is located in Bridgewater, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: UNKNOWN
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Non-Domestic Product: No
  • Modified Item: No
  • California Prop 65 Warning: Select
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Bundle Listing: No

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine

A newly made Associated Hired Man Engine. Relisted after replacing a faulty cylinder casting, all is good and runs great. This engine is 1/3 scale, with a solid state ignition that is contained in the base, it is powered by 4 AA batteries. This engine is made of cast iron no aluminum anywhere, the crankshaft is high carbon steel for long life, the piston is 1 1/4 in diameter and is also cast iron lapped to the cylinder for a close fit, it has 1 compression ring. All bearings are made from bearing bronze and lubricated via brass grease cups. The valves are Stainless steel as is the gas tank. The tank has an integral check valve. The muffler and fully operational cylinder lubricator are brass. The base is solid black walnut with a satin finish. The spark plug is a 1/4 – 20 plug readily available. EVERYONE ELSE PLEASE ASK FOR QUOTE. This engine will run on regular gasoline but white gas (Coleman camp fuel) is recommended for its easy starting clean burning and low odor. I will include starting and running and lubrication instructions. The flywheels are 6 1/4 in in diameter The base is 12 3/4 x 8 x 2 5/8 inches. The complete engine weighs 20 pounds. This is a very easy starting engine, usually 2 flips of a flywheel has it running. I have been building these engines for over 20 years and this engine displays that level of machine experience. The item “1/3 Scale Hired Man hit and miss model gas engine” is in sale since Tuesday, July 17, 2018. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Tools, Supplies & Engines”. The seller is “minaturepower” and is located in Brighton, Ontario. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane

VintageScale Model United Air Cooled Gas Engine. Circa: mid 1970′s. The engine has 6-inch flywheels and is machined from cast iron, brass and zink. It has compression and good spark. Some play in the main crank bearings, it may need new bushings. The engine is setup to run on propane, now that’s pretty handy at the show! It has a bottle hookup, a low pressure regulator? A pressure gauge and. The lines that run directly into the carb. The whole setup fits into the bottom box- including propane, battery and coil. Note: Battery and propane bottle not included. I have no idea if this setup works, this is how I bought it. This engine was made a long time ago, and looks to have been run a lot. It appears to be complete and in over-all good shape. I don’t see any cracks or damage. It does have faded and chipped paint, with surface rust and blemishes and over-all wear that would be expected with age and use. Please review the pictures carefully, since they are also part of the description. If you have a question please don’t hesitate to ask. The item “Scale Model, United Air Cooled, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Runs on Propane” is in sale since Wednesday, May 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Tools, Supplies & Engines”. The seller is “drummer-61″ and is located in Fayetteville, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Character Family: Air Cooled
  • Brand: United
  • Year: circa 1970

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings

Vintage Scale Model Associated, Johnny Boy Gas Engine. Machined from Paul Breisch castings, circa: mid 1970′s. I was told that it has not been run for 3 or 4 years. The engine has 6-inch flywheels and is machined from mostly cast iron and brass. It has compression and spark at the igniter. It appears that there is a pin or stud missing from the side of the cylinder block, near the igniter, that supports the igniter strike lever. (See the picture with the pencil). Never the less, it is repairable. Note: the igniter still works freely when the engine is turned over by hand. Other than that, the engine looks to be complete and in really good shape. I don’t see any cracks or damage. It does have faded and chipped paint, with some surface rust and blemishes and over-all wear that would be expected with age and use. The coil has some varnish scraped off the bottom. Please review the pictures carefully, since they are also part of the description. If you have a question please don’t hesitate to ask. The item “Scale Model, Associated, Johnny Boy, Hit and Miss Gas Engine, Breisch Castings” is in sale since Monday, May 14, 2018. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Tools, Supplies & Engines”. The seller is “drummer-61″ and is located in Fayetteville, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year: circa 1970
  • Brand: Associated Johnny Boy