Unusual stationary engine on e-bay

Had a look in Wendel and I'd go along with the Cushman ID - 3 or 4 horse in prod'n from 1910 'till mid 1930's. If it is an early one it wouldn't have had a mag anyway, just contacts and a buzz coil.
One almost feels the 'period' set up with 2 gal petrol can should be preserved - make super set dressing for a ramshackle farm ?
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Nick H
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Anyone know what this is?
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Regards,
J. Kim Siddorn,
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Kim Siddorn
It looks a lot like a Cushman.
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Patrick M Livingstone
"Mark Howard" wrote (snip):-
"American gasoline engines since 1872" by Chas Wendel. A weighty tome often known as BYB or BRB (big yellow.red book) depending on edition.
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Nick H
Nick,
Excuse my ignorance, but what is the title of 'Wendel'? It's not one I've seen before.
Mark
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Mark Howard
Thanks Nick,
I just found a copy on Amazon.
Mark
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Mark Howard

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