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Coker Tires, part 2

September 13, 2010















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  1. September 14, 2010 6:15 pm

    The Sears had a Deluxe motor. If I remember, there was a partial engine on top of a barrel in Stan Reynolds noreth yard when we were cataloguing his collection before the Reynolds-Alberta Museum was assembled.
    I believe it used an aircraft master-slave connecting rod arrangement

    Lee in Alberta

  2. Jim Abbott permalink
    September 15, 2010 1:48 pm


    Pete: What a shame about Matt Olsen. For him I hope for a speedy recovery and not too much itching under the cast. A throttle cable housing is good for scratching.

    For you, I hope, no news is good news! I am thoroughly enjoying all the photos being sent out. Especially the videos with sound. Keep on chuffing along and hope to see you soon.
    Jim A.

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