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Old 02-26-2019, 05:23:33 AM
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Hi there guys,,
Bought this engine last year at a clearing sale. Its a Little Jumbo T Model
1 3/4hp.
It belonged to a friend of mine who passed away and i was lucky enough to have got it.
Anyways was just gonna fix a few things and get it running but after cleaning out and sealing the tank,,machining a few new bushes here and there i have decided i'm going to pull it down completely and rebuild and repaint it.
Just thought i'd share a few picks of when i got it,, as i may be asking a few questions down the track on how to go about a few things.
Hope people dont mind lol
Was lucky to score another carby from the US,,NOS spark plug,,have got new brass covers for the wico maggy,,so i'm about to pull it down and start with the build.
Does anyone know much about these engines,, i don''t think ive ever seen one around.
Anyways,, thanks for reading and i'll post some pics as i go along
Many thanks in advance
Cam.
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Nice little engine to have in your collection. Sorry that it came to you under such a sad circumstance.


Do your mate proud !
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G’Day Cam
Denis Rouleau in Canada does the Registration for the Nelson Bros Little Jumbo, if you Google buzzcoil.brinkster.net and tab “INDEX” and look under the Nelson Brothers, it lists the engines that have survived with their serial numbers and date of manufacture. Mine is a “P” model that I’ve started with restoring but had to shelve due the National Rally commitment. Rgds Les

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Thanks for that info Les,,I'll have a look into that very shortly.
Good luck with the National Rally,,,i hope to get there next year.
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