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Rover Imperial Motorcycle Engine from Raw Casting to Machining & Assembly.


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Default Rover Imperial Motorcycle Engine from Raw Casting to Machining & Assembly.

Just found this Kool video showing old footage of the casting, machining, and assembling of the Rover Imperial Motorcycle engines, advertised at the time as being the only motorcycle with CAST Cylinders.

Shows it step by step from the foundry to final assembly and testing.



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back in the day before sissy safety equipment
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Reminds me of the song Killed myself when I was young.

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Makes it all look pretty easy... Cool vid! Thanks for posting!
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