Not seen a picture of one before - interesting how much more structural and integrated the "baffle plate" is compared with the Stanley and also how Bryant linked the crosshead slides up and down not across the engine and how the slide is reinforced with a vertical flange above. How does it mount in the vehicle as the frame rods are short? Has about a 50 tooth gear on it so it would be great for a powerful car. Doesn't one of the recent Vanderbilt Cup replicas use a Bryant?
Yes they were know to be a strong engine, originally designed for use in agricultural tractors, also used in a small number of cars, very large inside piston valves making for a broad engine, I think it was mounted via the extra holes in the frame spreader, I have some info here somewhere on Bryant tractors, but as always can't put my hand on it at the moment, Jeff.