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My 1st JAP

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My 1st JAP

Post by Guest on Tue Jun 22 2010, 18:56

Hello,

Just bought a JAP model 3, does anyone have anyinfo etc on them? a manual would be handy and its going to be stipped right back! pic bellow:



Just need to pick it up now!

Cheers Steve

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Re: My 1st JAP

Post by Guest on Tue Jun 22 2010, 21:43

Ooo just remembered i had a Jap / Swan genny set back 1993! so this is my 2nd jap lol

Can just see it on the right!



Used it to charge the battery for the coil igniton on the stove (which was a lovely engine Tear Drop flyweels!)

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Re: My 1st JAP

Post by mike d on Wed Jun 30 2010, 22:01

hi steve.....

you were a bit younger back then.....
if you had known what you know now you mite have kept some of the engines....

nice to see the old photos....

thanks for sharing them.....

regards.....mike.

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Re: My 1st JAP

Post by Guest on Thu Jul 01 2010, 10:51

Yea and cars motor bikes and steam engien!

I looked back thought what he had, Morgan 3 wheeler, Rudge Ulster/Special which he used to tow his 1st car home a fabric bodied austin 7, steam roller, thrashing set and steam engine to drive it, Austin 7 swallow what a pretty car that is!


but hay ho that how life is.

there is a photo thread on here somewhere with alot of the engine we have had over the years, quite a few missing though!

here to be correct

http://www.stationaryengineforum.net/pride-and-joy-f12/engines-me-and-my-granddads-had-over-the-years-loads-of-pics-t971.htm

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Re: My 1st JAP

Post by mike d on Fri Jul 02 2010, 11:16

thanks for the photos steve.....

that takes me back a lot of years to when i was a lot younger than i am now....

things were built to last in those days..not like the rubbish there building to day....

thanks again.....regards......mike.

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