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Old 04-14-2005, 07:52:31 PM
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Todd Engine project???? Several years ago I saw where some guys took a huge engine out of a steel mill in youngstown, OH. Was this project ever completed? Is it set up to run?
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They are still working on it. See http://www.todengine.org/ for more info.
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Old 04-17-2005, 02:18:13 AM
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They are still working on it. See http://www.todengine.org/ for more info.
i came a cross there web site, that they where seeking funds toward this engine, ive sent them $100. the envelope came back, address unknown??, this was for bricks with your name on. or club info. evan had a couple of other guys interested in it.
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Try their E-Mail? "rick9@todengine.org" Leave off the 9.
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Rick is also doing foundry work now. Just sent him some broken castings. He does very nice work.

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