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Amanco is brand of engine built by the Associated manufacturing Company of Iowa in the USA. The Amanco is a make of small stationary engine which is popular with collectors in the UK.
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|Model name||Power hp||Build dates||Type||Photo||Notes|
|Amanco Colt||3/4 hp||mid 30's||Air cooled Micro engine||4 cycle (referred to as Amanco Midget in UK)|
|Amanco Pony||3/4 hp||mid 20's to mid 30's||Air cooled||
|Amanco Busy Boy||1 1/2 hp||1912-14||Air cooled||
|Amanco Johnny Boy||1 1/2 - 1 3/4 hp||1915-1930||Water cooled||Hopper design|
|Amanco Chore Boy||1 3/4 hp||1910-1935||Air cooled||
|Amanco Chore Boy||1 3/4 hp||1910-1935||Water cooled||Hopper design|
|Amanco Hired Man||2 1/4 hp||1910-1935||Water cooled||Hopper design|
|Amanco Hired Hand||2 1/4 hp||1911-1930||Air cooled||
|Amanco 3 Mule Team||3 hp||1915-1930||Water cooled||Hopper design|
|Amanco 4 Mule Team||4 hp||1912-1930||Water Cooled||
|Amanco-Dubrie||5 hp||? (circa 1929)||watercooled (pumped)||Boat engine with shaft drive reduction gear box and pump|
|Amanco 6 Mule Team||6 hp||1911-1925||Water cooled||
|Amanco 8 Mule Team||8 hp||1912-1925||Water cooled||
|Amanco 12 Mule Team||12 hp||1912-1925||Water cooled||
|Amanco Iowa Oversize||6 hp||1920-1930||Water cooled||
||4hp re-rated to 6 hp|
|Amanco Iowa Oversize||8 hp||1920-1930||Water cooled||
||6hp re-rated to 8hp|
|Amanco Iowa oversize||10 hp||1920-1930||Water cooled||
||8hp re-rated to 10hp|
Preservation / collectorsEdit
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- Shows and Meets
- Clubs Listing
- Museums List
- Web Site Links - collection of useful links to sites with related material.
References / sourcesEdit
- Info boards attached to engines exhibited at shows
- Do a Google search for "Associated Engine" The top result is the most comprehensive web site covering the Associated Manufacturers Co. Also contact the web master to add your engine to the "Serial Photo Database".
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