I originally only meant to buy the halfbreed, but.....the 6hp Waterloo Boy just kept talking to me so I give it a home too.Both engines are in good shape, just need a little tinkering, I should have the Oilcity Southpenn halfbreed running in about 2-3 hours, the Waterloo Boy needs shouldn't take much to get going at all, all I need now is....."time".....
Hope all is well down in your neck of the woods. I have just recently got the new / other flywheels for the bigger engine....(halfbreed), but the smaller engine (black) I have got it fixed and it runs like a top, it is a pleasure to just set around and listen to it run. I don't have any "youtube" knowledge as far as trying to load videos or I would try and post videos of it running.
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