Northern California, CA
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The Model K (later known as the Cletrac "20") was introduced in 1925 with a 15-25 hp rating, but after an impressive showing at Nebraska the following year it was uprated to 20-27 hp. The engine was built in house, and was a 4 x 5.5 in unit with a rated speed of 1375 rpm. This was coupled with a Tillotson R2 carburettor and Eisemann GS4 magneto, and a Pomona oil-fibre air-cleaner kept it free from dust. The overall appearance of the Model K was similar to that of the Model W, although the track frames were shorter due to a different suspension design. Production lasted from 1925 until 1932, with serial numbers in the range 101 to 10207 and engine numbers in the range 6520 to 19884.
October 24th, 2013
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