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Old 01-05-2013, 09:15:39 PM
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hi there i have the stationary engine collectors bug
i started to collect 2-3yrs ago i have now got over 30 and sold as many on to get these
associated hired man 2 1/4hp gas/kerosene wet head 1918-20
lister A industrial reverse 3hp 1938
villiers wx11 lzha 2hp 1928-30
villiers wx11 lzh 1 1/2hp 1936
wolseley wd 2 1 1/2hp 1946s
wolseley wd6 1 1/2hp 1950s
villiers mk 25 vapourizing oil 2.6-3.4hp 1944
j.a.p 2a , 0.8hp 1946
j.a.p 2s 1.2hp 1956
jap 4/3 3.8hp 1955
jap 5 4.5hp 1948
jap 55 vapourizing oil twin cylinder 824cc 7-9hp 1951
villiers mk20 2.8-3.4hp 1944-6
villiers diesel d270 270cc 4hp alloy aircooled 1960-64
villiers diesel d415 415cc 7hp alloy aircooled 1962-64
lister cs 8/1 diesel startamatic 19??
and many other small boring engines jlo jap villers bsa b&s zz ect ect
frank pearn pumps of manchester uk 1890-1912 not much info for them anywere very rare to find
has 21" fast and loose flywheels pumps 1 uk gallon in 5 revolutions big lump to move too
and 2x banford corn mills centrifugal pumps ect ect

i live in the uk aged 34yrs and only dreamed of owning an open crank, 2 yrs later the restoration of small common engines worked my way to the amanco now nearing full rebuild and paintwork
thanks kev
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:18:55 PM
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hi kev..
welcome to the stak..nice to see you engine collection has grown since we last spoke...keep it up mate
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:28:38 PM
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the links are unavalible kev at the moment
whats it for..
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:40:17 PM
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amanco pic ect mate
was taking to matt last night about you lol
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:40:34 PM
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Welcome to the stak. Look forward to seeing your engines when you can post them. Bill K
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Kev:

Welcome to Smokstak from the heart of The Redneck Riviera in the "Colonies".

Hands across the sea and all that........ :-)
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:35:47 AM
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hi there and a thank you for the warm welcomes
still trying to find away around on here, without it sending off to another site but will get to grips with it sooner or later
thanks again
kev

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hi kev..
welcome to the stak..nice to see you engine collection has grown since we last spoke...keep it up mate
mike just waiting for the postal price for some magnetos and there will be another engine to the list
hows things going for you mate
kev
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Hi Kev
Im in Suffolk and the same as you but I started rebuilding a Villiers Excelsior Sprite engine out of a Corgi M/C when I was 8 and have been fiddling ever since
Richard
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Old 02-05-2013, 05:29:18 PM
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ive been holding spanners since i was 3 yrs old
and started to fetch the write sizes ish at 5 yrs
but started doing small jobs when i was about 8-9 yrs also mate
wish i kept some of the earlyer ones as worth scrap when i got rid of them and worth £100 plus nower days
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