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smallenginelover
When I was digging a trench in our old farm yard for a new electric line among all the broken glass, nails, and other miscellaneous items I found as pictured. I thought it was interesting and worth posting about because the cleaning rod is built into the generator and I haven't seen something like it before. I am curious to find out what it could have came from so if anyone knows please tell. Thanks for looking.
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Bumpkin 95
Looks like a R 55 generator. Maybe some of the other members will know what the rest of it is.
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Tgarner01
Little different than an R55 but made similar. Would be curious as to the manufacture as well. Cool treasure ðŸ‘
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Deanofid
Pretty sure it's from a Coleman white gas clothes iron.  Like this:

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smallenginelover
Maybe its from an iron, but I don't think its an R55 unless there were a few variations of that part
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Gavercronos
My first guess would be a AGM rototype gen. No idea about the fitting it's attached to. 
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smallenginelover
Yeah that's what I'm a little confused about too.
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warren
Sunshine Safety style generator with the "nut" for the valve.  Other makers had this type also.

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smallenginelover
Ill use it in my Air-O-Lantern!😜
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Gasman64
Well, that's an oddity to dig up; maybe it would leave most archeologists scratching their heads a while, but not the members here.
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BSAGuy
Very cool find.
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uvarmint
Gunhippie wrote:
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Thats funny right there!
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SteveRetherford
its an AGM genny
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gpaguy
You should dig some more. The rest of the appliance might be in there somewhere. 


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