1915 Catalog Pages

In the January 1963 issue of Engineers and Engines Magazine, there were twelve pages published (ironically, pages 1-12) from what appears to be the 1915 Buffalo Pitts catalog (or from a year very close to 1915).  Credit for those pages was given to Glen McNamar, Route 1, Granger, Missouri.  Just Ctrl-Left-Click on the name of the file to open a new tab in your web browser to view the PDF images. 

1915 BP Catalog Pgs - E&EMag Jan1963.pdf


Or, clickHERE to view the photo album containing those 1915 catalog pages.



1900 Buffalo Pitts Repair-Parts Price List

(These are BIG files)


This Repair Price List was obtained from

Craig Detwiler of Indiana,

who owns a 24HP Banting Greyhound

steam traction engine.  Banting was at

one time a major distributor of

Buffalo Pitts equipment.  


1900 Price List - Complete.pdf

1900 Repair Price List - Engines.pdf


1900 Repair Price List - Threshers.pdf


1914 Catalog Pages

Craig Detwiler of Goshen, Indiana USA has donated scanned images of two pages from his original 1914 Buffalo Pitts catalog.  Those pages are in PDF form just below this paragraph.  Just Ctrl-Left-Click on the name of the file to open a new tab in your web browser to view the PDF images. 

1914 Buffalo Pitts Catalog - C Detwiler.pdf


Craig goes by the user name "GreySteam24HP" at the steam-engine enthusiast's website SmokeStak.com.  Craig owns a 24HP Greyhound steam traction engine, manufactured by the Banting Manufacturing Company of Toledo, Ohio.  Banting was also a major authorized representative for Buffalo Pitts... thus Craig's interest in Buffalo Pitts, as well as all steam traction engine topics. 


Other owners and fans of the Buffalo Pitts Company engines have indicated that they will provide scans of original catalogs in the future.  Your webmaster has bought documents on eBay and from individuals.  He's also been in contact with various organizations who wish to offer digital copies of some of their Buffalo Pitts documentation.  So, please check back in the future for additions to this section. 


Engineers and Engines Magazine is still in publication, although under new management, and is a highly recommended magazine for steam & gas-power enthusiasts. 

Their web site is www.EngineersAndEngines.com