Developed from a marine design, this two-stroke cycle engine of 1910 was used by several flying schools. It powered many American airplanes including Chicago, Glenn L. Martin, Farman-type by B. F. Roehrig, Greene, Mathewson, McCallum, and Strikes.
Elbridge engines were unique in having an unlimited warranty on manufacturing defects.
Gift of William D. Parker.
Country of Origin: United States of America
Length 81.3 cm (32.0 in.), Width 31.8 cm (12.5 in.), Height 51.4 cm (20.25 in.)
Type: In-line, 3 cylinders, water-cooled, two-stroke cycle
Horsepower: 22 - 34 KW (30 - 45 hp) at 1,400 rpm
Displacement: 3.70 L (226 cu in)
Bore and Stroke: 11.748 cm (4.625 in) x 11.430 cm (4.5 in)
Weight (wet): 68.1 kg (150 lb) (3.33 lb/hp)
Condition: Complete, on stand.