Abenaque Machine Works

15 HP (1908)

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First marketed in May 1908, this 15-horsepower model weighed in at 11,000 pounds — over 733 pounds per horsepower. The husky chassis carried a stationary-type engine that had been patented by John A Ostenburg. The 15-horsepower model had a bore of 8 5/8 inches and a 12 1/2 inch stroke, developing its rated power at 270 RPM. Abenaque engines and tractors used a very unique and obvious evaporative cooling system. A 25-horsepower model was also offered.

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Bore & Stroke: 8 5/8 x 12 1/2




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Weight: 11000 lbs

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