Stover 8 HP

Manufactured in 1905 by the Stover Manufacturing Engine Company, Freeport, Illinois.

  • 1 cylinder gasoline engine
  • Horsepower: 8 at 300 RPM
  • Bore/Stroke: 6.75"/12.5"
  • Piston Displacement: 447 cubic inches
  • Flywheel Diameter: 45"


Stover manufactured kerosene- and gasoline- powered stationary engines from 1895 to 1941 for use on the American farm. In that time, the company made more than 277,000 engines of various sizes and uses. Stover licensed some of the designs to Sears, Roebuck and Company under the Economy trademark. Unfortunately, we do not know the history of this particular engine.



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