Eldon Dwyer, of New Mexico, designed this two-cycle, water-cooled engine to power his model hydroplane in the early 1980s. This prototype is machined from bar stock except for the cylinder and head assembles. These he acquired from K&B Engines, Lake Havasu, Arizona. The 6-cylinder engine is 12″-long, 5″-wide, and 5″-high.

Exhibit added: August 1, 2011 - Last modified: December 30, 2022

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