I did dig!
Our eldest son inherited a government Standard Engine this past summer that I briefly looked at during a family get together at his home.
I'd never seen anything like it. Not as easily recognizable as the twin opposed cylinder ONAN engines. Almost completely shrouded and a lot of 'what's this?' kinda stuff.
Don't recall whether I ever discovered the name of the manufacturer then, or not.
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RE: a thorough fuel tank cleaning
"And your carbs will thank you. They no longer live down stream from a sewage plant." -gregforesi
"Can't see the paint when your looking thru the handlebars..........." -Oldewing "I'd rather Ride than Shine"
'75 GL1000 home built trike; http://www.ngwclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=39996
October,2017 BOTM https://nakedgoldwingsclub.com/forum/page/Welcome
1953 H-D Servi-car, naked, 1969-1978 (serial#53G1559 committed to memory!)
1980 CB900 Custom (triked) 1997-2003 .... R.I.P.