Western 120

 Western 120

Manufactured in 1931 by the Western Machinery Company, Los Angeles, California.

  • 2 cylinder propane/natural gas engine
  • Bore/Stroke: 13”/20”
  • Horsepower: 120 at 235 RPM
  • Piston Displacement: 5,309 cubic inches
  • Flywheel Diameter: 8' 2"
  • Start: Air

This Western 120 was originally sold in 1931 to the California Domestic Water Company in Whittier, California. Prior to its donation to AGSEM in 1980, the engine was used to power a deep well turbine pump for irrigating a citrus orchard in Rancho Cucamonga, California.

Below is the manufacturer's test card for this engine.

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