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Field-Brundage (Rayner Field) 5-1/2hp.


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Old 08-15-2018, 06:27:37 PM
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Default Field-Brundage (Rayner Field) 5-1/2hp.

I wrote a lot about it in the last few days but perhaps you would like to see pictures of the beast:

http://buzzcoil.brinkster.net/Field%...e/page103.html

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I spent most of yesterday putting wheels underneath my Field-Brundage.
It will make it easier to move around. Next task will be to make it run again.

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I finally got the Rayner Field running. Now I need a show to go to!
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Default Re: Field-Brundage (Rayner Field) 5-1/2hp.

Looks good Denis.
If you're looking for a show to take it to, Dublin, NH this weekend would be a premium show to display it. Setup on Friday. ... As an added bonus, enter the engine when you sign in, and stay until 12 noon Sunday, and you have a shot to win $500.
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