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Post by benz on Fri Aug 21 2009, 16:57

Click here to veiw one of my better engines http://s141.photobucket.com/albums/r72/benz1890/?action=view&current=Deutz.jpg
It is a 1904 4hp hot tube gas engine. I swapped this for a 1901 3hp Meitz & Weiss hot bulb two stroke, this WAS the only Meitz & Weiss in the country. It took two days to make up my mind about swapping it. Oh yea I forgot to mention that the Deutz was in Switzerland!!! A 1700 mile round trip!!!!
I hope you like it. I do.....it runs so slowly and quietly.
Mike


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Post by stationary stu on Fri Aug 21 2009, 17:56

Mike I can't get the pic to show.

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Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 21 2009, 19:38

I cant see the photos Ah some one else have problems besides me. [ sorry about that Mike]
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Post by benz on Fri Aug 21 2009, 20:30

I seem to be having problems with my Photobucket not this web site, try it now this might work????

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Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 21 2009, 20:39

Great Engines all working now
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Post by stationary stu on Fri Aug 21 2009, 23:58

Thats where all the big engines are! It's good to see them in private ownership not in a museum where they can be run and not put behind a rope for years. Real good collection you have Mike a true labour of love to get them up and running.

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that is a very nice engine

Post by RAB on Sat Aug 22 2009, 02:33

never see one before are they rare.

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Post by benz on Sat Aug 22 2009, 06:20

ryan wrote:never see one before are they rare.
There are some around europe,south america and a few imported to usa. Here in England?
It`s a model E3 otto engine,basically the last in the line from the original A series motor (the first ever four stroke produced in 1876).

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Post by BRASSO on Sun Aug 23 2009, 22:13

benz wrote:Click here to veiw one of my better engines http://s141.photobucket.com/albums/r72/benz1890/?action=view&current=Deutz.jpg
It is a 1904 4hp hot tube gas engine. I swapped this for a 1901 3hp Meitz & Weiss hot bulb two stroke, this WAS the only Meitz & Weiss in the country. It took two days to make up my mind about swapping it. Oh yea I forgot to mention that the Deutz was in Switzerland!!! A 1700 mile round trip!!!!
I hope you like it. I do.....it runs so slowly and quietly.
Mike

Great Engines. You certainly need space for them.

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Post by Triumphline on Sun Aug 23 2009, 22:21

A very nice engine.

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Post by benz on Tue Aug 25 2009, 15:46

Triumphline wrote:A very nice engine.
Are there many-any of these in Aus?
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Post by Triumphline on Wed Aug 26 2009, 01:46

The only Ottos I have come across here have been Otto-Crossley engines. I don't know if many or any of the European Ottos made it out here as Crossley were doing big business here.

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do you rally this engine

Post by RAB on Tue Sep 15 2009, 18:35

do you rally this engine, if so how do you get it around

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Re: Deutz 1904 hot tube

Post by mike d on Tue Sep 15 2009, 21:01

hi mike

it looks like a museum at your place

some wonderful engines on show

thanks for the phots

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Post by Statman on Tue Sep 15 2009, 22:32

Im sure they look nice but i cant see any pictures!

I suppose i will have to wait to see them at the crank up with John

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Post by mike d on Wed Sep 16 2009, 12:36

i can see them ok

there's even a young mike in one of the shots lol! lol! lol!

all i did was click in the link and up thay came

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just had a thought im a photo bucket user??

no i dont think that is the prob

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Post by benz on Wed Sep 16 2009, 13:37

I just thought I should point out that not all of those pictures are my engines, some are taken in Switzerland and some have sadly moved on for other things.
Mike.

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