WWII McCullogh Target Drone Engine 4 cylinder 2 stroke and puts out 72 hp, and weighs 70 pounds, I picked it up from an estate sale where the family told me that their father had dreams of making a Gyrocopter with that engine. Doing some research on the motor it was from a 1942-46 US Airforce target drone that they would shoot out of the sky for target practice. These motors became the engine of choice for Gyrocopters and Paraplanes also used on ultralights. It has been stored in a dry garage with plastic covers over the exhaust ports and a rag in the intake,
has the original Carburetor & Fuel Line and Fuel pump, spark plug wires and plugs, are wired to the bottom of the motor just the way they would have bought it from the military surplus and the Engine Mounts are in-tacked and the rubber is still good and soft. The engine turns free, ready to fire up for your project.