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Wiggers HH0-01-150 Hot air engine , first run.

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Default Wiggers HH0-01-150 Hot air engine , first run.

here a video from the last build hot air engine:


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Thumbs up Re: Wiggers HH0-01-150 Hot air engine , first run.

Interesting design for sure. i am thinking the connections between the displacer and the other moving parts sure make it hard for this engine to run. Sure is neat with all the class to show moving parts.
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