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A Stuart Beam..... Bringing a Slightly Unfinished Grungy Engine To Life (in a cleaner


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Default A Stuart Beam..... Bringing a Slightly Unfinished Grungy Engine To Life (in a cleaner

The engine would not run as arrived and needed lots of cleaning and adjustment.

Below are some pictures and a video that will tell the story.

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Gil


Here is the Stuart Beam as arrived....



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Nice clear photos as always Gil and thank you for posting the video of my antique steam engine .
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