Tremendous 1918 Hits and Miss Engine Still Functions Properly!
If you're interested in engine stuff then you probably have heard something called the "hit and miss engine". But, for those who haven't yet let us explain what this is!
Simply talking, a hit and miss engine is a specific type of four stroke internal combustion engine controlled by a governor to operate a set speed. This is how it is described in Wikipedia, simply and comprehensibly! The video we present you here today demonstrates us a very old and a very big example of this type of engine. Watching the video, you're going to see a tremendous hit and miss engine built in the year 1918, meaning that it almost a hundred years old. It, reportedly, had been used in a grits mill, and apparently it still functions.
Check out the video to see the way this vintage monster works and enjoy!
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