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Lauson Engines. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1912) John Lauson Frost King Engine. The John Lauson Company are among the very, very few engine manufacturers who have succeeded in overcoming that excessive vibration which is characteristic of most gasoline engines. The manufacturers claim for "The Frost King" that it will stand perfectly quiet even under full load. When one stops to realize that fifty bushels of corn may be shelled or ten cords of wood cut, at an expense of only twelve to fifteen cents for a gallon of gasoline, it's difficult to understand why any farmer should be without the economical help of a gasoline engine. John Lauson Manufacturing Company. (1912) Wisconsin Gasoline Engine. Hopper Cooled. The farm engine without a fault - the original standard of excellence, to which others are compared. Starts easier, uses less fuel, can't freeze up or get over-heated. Backed by an iron-clad guarantee to give satisfaction and develop full rated power. The most economical engine money can buy because of its extreme durability and reliability. The Lauson-Lawton Company. In 1956, Tecumseh Products Company purchased the Lauson Manufacturing Company, which was founded in 1895 by John Lauson. By the time of the purchase in 1956, Lauson Manufacturing Company had grown into one of the largest manufacturers of small gasoline engines in the United States. Enjoy these vintage ads for Lauson Engines while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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