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Post by lister on Thu Oct 14 2010, 16:07


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Post by lister on Thu Oct 14 2010, 16:09


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Post by JONESEY on Thu Oct 14 2010, 19:33

Great engines great photo thanks for posting
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Post by Guest on Thu Oct 14 2010, 20:24

Nice, I would like a Early lister D at some point, Low tank one would be the one I would look for, but I do like the spoked flywheel one.

Very nice indeed!

Cheers Steve

PS nice Austin 7 too!

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Post by mike d on Thu Oct 14 2010, 22:38

hi....sorry don't know your surname...

thats a great line up of LISTER D's....
Ive just bought my son a LISTER DK.....
its not done any work in its life....it was a stand bye in a milking parlor....
he cant wait for the new rally season to start....
going to make a nice trolly for it....

the LISTERS you have in the photos,did you make the trolleys for them,or did you bye them already on the trolleys....
was going to ask if you made them,did you make the handles or bye the handles already made...

can you let me know,as i was going to have a go at making some my self.....

many thanks.....mike......

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Post by lister on Fri Oct 15 2010, 06:49

hi, i brought them on trolleys, the two on the wheel barrow type trolleys are the original trolleys for the d type. cheers...ivan.

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Post by BRASSO on Fri Oct 15 2010, 15:05

Very nice collection of D Types.

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Post by Guest on Fri Oct 15 2010, 15:13

Not really being a lister D person, is each one a diffrent spec?

It looks like im staying in the country, so might be something to keep my eye out for!

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Post by lister on Fri Oct 15 2010, 17:13

The first two are spec 10, the spoke flywheel one is spec 12 and the other two are spec 11. cheers...ivan.

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Post by Guest on Fri Oct 15 2010, 17:22

Thanks for that, I now know what to look out for! is the spoke flywheel what they call a bruston flywheel?

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Post by lister on Sat Oct 16 2010, 17:29

hi, yes it is what is called the bruston flywheel but it is slightly different (narrower). here is a pic of the lister on its new trolley i made for it today, (my first attempt at trolley making). cheers... ivan.

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Post by lister on Sat Oct 16 2010, 17:30


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Post by lister on Sat Oct 16 2010, 17:31

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Post by JONESEY on Sat Oct 16 2010, 19:32

Trolly looks good nice and simple looks like it works well, thank for posting photos
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Post by mike d on Sun Oct 17 2010, 21:46

hi Ivan.....

my mates just got one the same as the last picture....

though it was his...till i remembered that his hasn't got a trolly....

mind you its no where as good as yours....will be in a few months though...

he want me to strip it and rebuild and paint it for him....

hes seen the pumps Ive just finished,and was well impressed with the finish....

looking forward to getting in to it...haven't done a d for a while....

will keep you posted on the progress....

regards....mike......

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Post by lister on Sun Nov 07 2010, 17:15

now repainted.

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Post by lister on Sun Nov 07 2010, 17:15


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Post by JONESEY on Sun Nov 07 2010, 20:11

Looks really good well done, give your self a pat on the back lol! lol!
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Post by BRASSO on Mon Nov 08 2010, 09:18

Nice paint job well done!!

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Post by mike d on Mon Nov 08 2010, 12:54

HI IVAN...

thats a cracking job,will look very on the rally field next year...
you must enjoy doing it...
keep up the good work...

thanks for posting the photos and sharing them with us all....

regards.....mike.

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Post by Guest on Thu Dec 23 2010, 12:54

lister wrote:[IM

Hi Ivan,

the large fuel tank is quite unusual, i gather not many were sold, i have one myself, but its is the later type (and tank cooled), and is mounted as per the later normal sized tanks were fitted from (i think) spec 17 onwards.

Cheers.

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Post by billypurves on Thu Dec 23 2010, 13:58

What a wonderful engine the D is. Imagine the collection of engines the D would bring alone, if you had one of every type.

I have played with engines for a while and had a few, but I have never not had a D in my shed.

At the moment it is a 1933 shaftie I bought off the club stall at the very last Tatton Park.

Spec 10s are a rare and seldom seen bird. You have a nice collection of Ds, thanks for sharing.

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