Adding a few things here to interesting info that what Rob Heyen has posted here on the forum.
Original equipment Kingston carburetor.
Henry Ford had this to say in an article in the Horseless Age June, 1906 issue covering six cylinder engines.
Andy Anderson won the third race as seen below with his "Ford Six"
By 1907 Ford used a Buffalo carburetor too. That is the carb we are running now:
David Greenlees, I am glad to see you posting here. I have been addicted to your "The Old Motor" site for a long time. What an excellent site it is, too. Thanks for doing all it takes to create that - it is well done.
John Deere builds 50 hp tractors with three cylinder engines, where as a few years back, they were built with four cylinder engines. A three cylinder unit has roughly 75% of the parts as a four cylinder and is correspondingly less expensive to make than a four cylinder.
Henry Ford's ideas on cylinder economy are not lost in these modern times.
Dan Haynes Glad to here you enjoy the site.....Thanks