Expanded name: Fanning water pumping engine
Original engine designer/date: John Wickstom 1890’s
Kit designer/date: Paul Jacobs 1999
Pattern designer/date: Paul Jacobs
Type of engine: Hot Air water pumping Engine
Bore and stroke: 1 Sterling Cycle Engine
Materials: cast aluminum
Flywheel: 10 inch
Number of castings
Number of engines built: 30
Description: This was an engine designed by the fanning Cycle Corporation. This company like many of them in that time were primarily bicycle companies. They were looking to expand so they stared to build sterling cycle engines, and automobiles. After about 3 years they stopped production. It is rumored that the Thomas and Smith company bought up the tooling and started producing a similar engine for a few years. This kit is being re-done and soon to be released for sale. Please drop us a note if you would like a kit. That will speed up the release.
Print type: AutoCAD generated prints. 12 sheets 8.5 x 11
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