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Lloyd Lautner
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I have a Little Tiger. Built in Detroit in 1909 by Northwestern Machine Co. 2 cylinder, 2cycle, copper jackets, aluminum crankcase, 2 1/2hp. 40 pounds total including the flywheel. Smallest inboard I have ever seen. It is beautiful. The only information I have found about it is an ad in a 1909 publication. Does anybody out there know of anyone else who has one of these or know anything at all about them?? I have photos but don't know how to post them here. Contact me at
lautharr@sbcglobal.net
Thanks
Lloyd
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richarddurgee
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Post Number: 2287
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Posted on Friday, January 15, 2010 - 12:47 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

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Lloyd's Little Tiger photos


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searcher
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Yup, that's a cutie for sure.
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richarddurgee
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January 1909 Article

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The only ads I have ever found were in 1909 and of two styles.

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A few yrs ago a family that owned a second generation small machine shop sent me photos of this engine, they owned it many yrs but could never I.D. its Maker and Model ! They were Thrilled !

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richarddurgee
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The article above says that they have been giving satisfaction to owners for more than two years ? Posibble these engs date 1907-09 ?

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