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Briggs & Stratton. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1955) Gas Engine. No. 1 in the world. Now! Air-Age Engineering. Yours from the makers of the world's best-selling, single-cylinder, 4-cycle, air-cooled engines. More horsepower per pound. Long-life durability. Quicker, easier starts. (1954) Quick-starting. 3/4 to 8.4 hp. Air-cooled, 4 cycle. Exclusive patented Magnematic ignition on Models 9, 14, 23. Preferred power on more lawn mowers than all other engines combined. In the automotive field, we are the largest producer of locks, keys and related equipment. The company was launched in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1908 and today is based in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Briggs & Stratton engines are commonly used on lawnmowers, as well as pressure washers, electrical generators, and a wide variety of other applications. Their original cast-iron engines were known for their durability, but the company's success was established following the development of lightweight aluminum engines in 1953. The Briggs & Stratton logo was always a masthead, but it has been changed several times over the course of the company's 80-plus years. The Company is the world's largest manufacturer of air-cooled gasoline engines primarily for outdoor power equipment. Enjoy these vintage ads for Briggs & Stratton while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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