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Peter vk
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Yes that could be, so how did you come up with that date for the Canadian Airmotor. Their power mill was also the same as Aermotor, then the later double open gear and self oiling models were different, probably their own creation.
Windcatcher530 Dan
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I have a book that has information on Canadian Airmotors and yes the double gear and oil baths were their own design. Do you have a picture of there oil bath including the helmet.
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There's already some pics of mine in the Windmill Identification section on here, Toronto self oiling
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Peter i would be interested in a Toronto self oiling model if you have one for sale. Thanks Dan
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Toronto are way harder to find, I would probably have more luck finding a Beatty or GS&M. I will let you know if I find anything that I can let go :lol:
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Thank you Peter.
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