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Susan Guinn
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It appears they have never been painted, originals.






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It looks like the front side of an '07 GE pancake. Here's a sample of what's identified as the backside of an '07 from the galleries. I'd imagine the front would look much the same with the addition of where the shaft comes out upon which the blade attaches.
https://www.fancollectors.org/Ge1/Images/1907b.jpg

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Here is a 1908 "big ugly" stick mount pancake.   Different motor castings front and rear (or is the front like some other late pancakes?) than any trunnion pancake and no brass band around the motor acting as the motor tag.









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Unless you have loads of pancake parts lying around, that is probably the other half of your pancake motor housing.

For the later 1906-1908 smooth motor pancakes, there were trunnion mounted (like yours) and stick mounted versions.

The back of a stick mount '06-'08 pancake looks like Steve's above, and the back of an '06-'08 trunnion version would look like this:

James Guinn's previously posted pancake:





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