Flinchbaugh Mfg. Co.

2 HP (1905-)

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Flinchbaugh was early into the tractor business, manufacturing under the name York. A 1905 photograph shows the 2 horsepower model with N. Weldon Flinchbaugh aboard. His father, Frederick T. Flinchbaugh, was a well-known gas engine designer, and patented among other things, a reversible four-cycle engine. The York engines were built for a number of years and apparently remained about the same during their entire production run. The York “ Little Pet” probably holds some sort of record for the smallest production model farm tractor.

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