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Old 07-11-2005, 01:04:09 AM
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Has anyone ever seen a modle of a ihc M type i'm a mad M type collector and i'm loooking for one befor i start building one.
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Here is a pic from our show a couple years ago. Hopefully the owner will see this and can give you more details or pics. It is a VERY nice engine and runs great! Would like to have one myself.

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Thanks for the picture of my engine. Sure hope to make your show this year. I will be glad to try and help anyone with olde engines. Thanks to all and Harry.
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Here is the start of one here in Oz.
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Here's mine. They are a really nice model. One of the last made by Jack Rossman(formerly of Seven Mountains Models). Had to wait a few years, but it was worth it. Runs like a top.
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I would also like to know how to get my hands on one of these models. I have two complete sets of the engine up to 6 hp. The model would make it just that much better.
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I believe that a casting kit can still be had from Wismer Machine in Sellersville, PA. The last time I spoke with them (2003) they where still making kits. The phone # I have is (215) 257-5081. Hope this helped.
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