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Post by Statman on Mon Jan 25 2010, 21:17

Hi Guys!

I was wondering if anyone can date my Norman T600 its TL1382

Thanks
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Re: Norman dating

Post by Hope and Crank on Mon Jan 25 2010, 21:20

Statman wrote:Hi Guys!

I was wondering if anyone can date my Norman T600 its TL1382

Thanks
Adam

Buy it a drink, and ask it out?

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Post by Hope and Crank on Mon Jan 25 2010, 21:20

Seriously, PM air-cooled on the other side... he's got the records AFAIK.

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Re: Norman dating

Post by Statman on Mon Jan 25 2010, 22:50

Hi Andrew!

I had a reply from Air Cooled and here is the history

Adam, TL1382 was sold on 30th August 1950 to Thomas Green of Leeds, one of a batch of 25 similar engines. Green's made, among other items, lawn mowers and it is likely that your engine is from a large lawn mower for sports fields/large estates. If it has retained its original magneto it should have a Wico A on it. No other information recorded against this entry.

Manufacture of the T600 engine started in 1946

It amazing how people have so much history

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Post by Hope and Crank on Mon Jan 25 2010, 22:52

Superb, correct mag too.

You could still buy it a drink!!!

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Re: Norman dating

Post by Statman on Mon Jan 25 2010, 22:54

Fresh glass of petrol to give her a nice spark

And a fresh pint or two of Oil to lube the parts up lol


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sorry Adam

Post by RAB on Tue Jan 26 2010, 05:22

i replyed to your thread in the new projects section first before reading this glad you got some info, cant wait to see her run, what are the plans for it Question

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Post by Guest on Tue Jan 26 2010, 08:34

ryan wrote:i replyed to your thread in the new projects section first before reading this glad you got some info, cant wait to see her run, what are the plans for it Question

apparently Ryan the plans involve dating, pumping the engine full of an alcohol based fuel, and then lubing something up, but anything beyond that is, im sorry, just wrong, so stop there adam!!!!!

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Post by Guest on Sun Feb 21 2010, 20:31

Hi Adam,

found a little more info, it may have been sold in 1950 but that serial number was manafactured in 1949. thought i would look since i found a list Very Happy

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Re: Norman dating

Post by Statman on Sun Feb 21 2010, 20:33

Hi Steve!

Thats great!!

Thanks for your info

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Re: Norman dating

Post by Joost Hilders on Tue Aug 05 2014, 10:25

Hi Guys,

I have a T600, Engine No. TL 1181 , this engine is part of a generatorset mounted on a frame.
This generatorset is build by " Auto Diesels Ltd." in Uxbridge, and de total set has Serial no. 3A/344.
I suppose it has been mounted on a ship.

I like to know the history. Can anyone help me.

regards,
Joost
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