There was an ancient looking two wheeler that had the name Pioneer Manufacturing Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin cast into the flywheel. The combination trans and crankcase was a large cast rectangular box with the single cylinder rising out of the top at the rear end. The rest of the top of the box had a sheet metal lid. The front of the box had a large, heavy flywheel with fins and no guard. I'm not sure how it cooled anything. The cylinder had a head with fins radiating out fromt the center in a starburst pattern and exposed valve rockers. The two wheels were iron with heavy lugs. Also, it had parts for a cultivater attachment.
Has anyone else seen one of these?
This is a photo of a similar model. The one I saw had steel handle bars instead of wood.http://www.smokstak.com/gallery/showimage.php?i=7871&c=30
Edited by LilysDad, October 26, 2012 - 05:53 PM.