This Massey-Harris Type 3 engine is a 3 horsepower,
Shop No. 3EL 103, Speed 850 RPM.
In 1933, Massey-Harris engineers again brought out a new design,
the Massey-Harris Type 3 engine. Type 3 engines were built in
3 sizes: 1-1/2, 3 and 6 horsepower. These had throttling governors
designed to use gasoline or kerosene. The Type 3 engines are rather uncommon.
A number of 3hp Type 3 engines were shipped to British Columbia on orchard sprayers.
These engines were equipped with a diaphragm type fuel pump; semi self-oiling, single
flywheel, and used a rotary high tension Wico magneto. The 6hp type 3 looked a little
like a type 2 but with two pushrods, and a wierd setup to drive the Wico EK mag. The
Type 3 engines were offered for sale in 1933, 1934 and 1935. These were
the last engines actually built by Massey-Harris at their Toronto works.
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