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    My shop teachers getting ready to get new demonstrator engines for the power mechanics class due to the fact that most of the motors have been apart a few to many times. Since it's the end of semester and we're done until after Christmas brake, I was snooping around in the back room where all the motors are kept and after a little digging, in a dark corner covered by junk, I found these two neat little motors. He let me have em' since they're all going to scrap any way.


    Crank start Briggs?????

    2 1/4 hp Clinton Panther


    I really like that little Clinton 2 stroke. Any body know what it would be off of??? I plan to get both running over brake if they're both all there. Any info on ether on is appreciated.
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    i bet that orange one was on a mower like this one



    this was the 1st resto project my kids all helped out on, we sold it 6-7 years ago and i think the kids might be getin it back for me for christmas or my b-day
    Bert.

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    I haven't seen an old clinton in years.
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    I remember as a youngun seeing Clinton engines about that size on chainsaws.
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