Detroit Motor Car Supply Company built
vertical two cycle stationary hopper cooled engines in size 2.5, 4 & 6
horse with a single flywheel. First
introduced in 1911 sporting a unique looking round tapered water hopper that was
bolted to the top of the head and cylinder sometimes referred to as the
"Spit-toon engine" or "Tulip top Engine". They are
fairly rare to engine collectors especially 4 & 6 hp engines. Some
collectors just like them because they are very unusual & unique looking.
Sandow 1913 catalog 24 pages featuring the hopper cooled engine.
Sandow Advertisements & old photos
Sectional view of engine, fuel feeder-injector &
non-return air intake valve.