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Here is the video from that article, the O&R display is about 42 seconds in;

 

The orange saw is a Western Auto Wizard CAT 20, not seen the yellow one opposite it before.

Nice way of displaying them, he needs to update the years on the label though.

 

I found an older video from 2009, the O&R display starts at approx 5.36;

 

He seems to have one of those Mono ones too, the bright green one is a late one from AEP branded Jim Savage.

 

David

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That Wizard Mighty Mini has the 13A 1HP engine and the Wizard CAT20 the 20A 1.6HP engine, Western Auto Supply were both a mail order company and had many retail outlets too.

I have a Lancaster Mini Automatic that looks almost the same as that Mighty Mini, the only difference is the later 13B engine.

 

David

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Cool!  It’s funny just when you think you’ve seen all the applications for these engines you learn about something else.  I would be curious to see a photo of your Mini Automatic.

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