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Old 07-27-2009, 02:45:59 AM
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WOW nice one, I would not mind one of these, great NZ Engine.
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Old 07-27-2009, 02:52:24 AM
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Very good looking engine, it will be going soon, then the count will go up of the running engines, I may be getting a Cooper Stover Horizontal engine for a good price.
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Ok heres the new zealand engine pics I promised

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A museum further up the road from our club has about 3 zealandias, several andersons, a treloar and many villiers and rare horizontals. Forgot to take my camera when I went there for a visit last weekend so I didn't get any pictures although there were many unrestored engines i would have liked.
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Regs - Do you know the number of the RJL?
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Hi Evan,

I only have 1 NZ engine in my collection, an Anderson. Engine number 5721, I think the black paint is original.

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Old 10-12-2009, 05:09:53 AM
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Hi Wayne, that is a nice Anderson, your one is a 1925 to 1926, Thanks very mutch for that.
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I have got a 1911 or 1912 Mason and Porter Style:1 Serial Number:24, Made by City Engineering, Auckland. It has got spoked flywheels, not like any other Mason and Porter or Masport engines. On the 20 October 1916 the Mason and Porter Company Limited started. This company was prior to Masport Engineering. Geoff McCarten.
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