When it was resurrected from the bottom of the Milk River after half a century under water, the Stickney 20-horsepower engine was anything but beautiful. Missing pieces and covered in rust and mud, the 8,000-pound monstrosity looked befitted for a junk yard.
Four years later, that same machine is worthy of national acclaim. It has been featured at prestigious trade shows and in a national magazine. A pair of men from Minnesota once traveled 1,000 miles just to see it.
The Stickney 20-horsepower has been completely overhauled and restored to its original condition. Painted a deep midnight bl...
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