1942 Briggs & Stratton model I war engine.



This is a brief video of a 1942 Briggs & Stratton model I war engine. The engine clearly never saw action and isnt even broken in yet. Very nice example of a Brass tag war time engine.
For anyone wishing to find the date their antique Briggs was built or othee info on them, here is the link to the site for dating them and other information:
https://www.flywheelers.com/pages/BobLearned/tekdata.htm

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7 thoughts on “1942 Briggs & Stratton model I war engine.

  1. Looks to be a stationary engine with a set RPM for running anything from a remote generator (belt driven), water pump (also belt driven) to power equipment like conveyors, mills, O2 generators, ventilation fans etc. Pretty nice old unit! Congrats on acquiring it! Zip~

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