Hey friend ArvidO. been catching up and watching with interest.
Nice thing about your systems is I figure they will actually get used.
This project is advancing along enough now to consider a name, eh?
Alpha/numbering systems is kinnda ok as you can indicated size and capability with the numbering. Alpha part kinda breaksdown though needed a key chart to remember what the letters actually mean. And then in what language? Chinese mechanical/engine/industrial triple alpha letters actually means system detail things in Chinese. Greek to me.
Henry Ford actually had two model “A”‘s. Earliest was an unlettered design before his C, D, F and race car K’s. The production model T was just a continuation of this. THEN later jump to the “newer” production Model A? Later yet now simpley “Ford V-8’s” with and economy car four cylinder version then designated as a (new) Model “B”? Confuses much until you read a time-lined history book. Same books: 1960’s Ford introduced “XL” means Extra Lightning.
John Deere themselves faced this running out of sequential alpha letters, later letter doubled up; and later yet then switching to numbers block naming to try and better indicate size/power capability. Works. But kinnda’ cold and impersonal I think.
DOS 3 -> 4 -> 5 . . . what happened to 6? On, yeah; became Windows. Not too bad. But then Windows 3 became Windows 3.21 which could do LESS. Set the pattern that Microsoft (indication easy to use, or light on the bits/bytes required - some joke) that the .xx was actually the glitches and patent stepped on fixes; not so much actual perfornace upgrades.
I fall hard into the named for striving attributes liking thinking.
My pocket list of so-far unused woodgas systems suggestions would be: Endeavor, Challenger and such.
Your tractor version maybe Do-All as play on the FarmAll name?
As always, Thanks for the pictures.
p.s. written on a MACintosh (tree of Knowledge), in a PowerBook chassis (personal POWER&Control in your hands!) ran by a Leopard (fast, sleek, Predator) operating system. Yeah, he’s gotton kinnda old, slow and greyed now. If I hadda’ 'nother decade in me I’d need to go with a Snow Leopard or Lion.