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Post by snubber on Sat Feb 18 2012, 15:08

Hi
Its my first time here on this forum

I have an old engine, the story is that it was on a german boat under the war as a winch engine.
I has been used here as a engine for the saw mill.
The last 25 years its been just sitting here.

I have a couple of picks of it.
Can anyone tell me what brand it is?
There is no id except this "picture" on it, and the diesel system is Bosch
Thanks

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Re: What engine

Post by mike d on Sat Feb 18 2012, 15:14

hi snubber(sorry don't know your name)
theres no picture of the engine,if you got to the top of the forum Page you can follow the link for step by step photo upload or email it to me and i can do it for you..
hope you enjoy your time on here..
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Post by DanBoy on Sat Feb 18 2012, 15:36

Ah! That looks like a Blohm und Voss Focke Wulf Messerschmitt Heinkel Mk 3, often mistaken for a winch engine but generally used to pump out the torpedo tubes on U-boats. But I may be mistaken due to the lack of a picture...... lol! lol! lol!

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Re: What engine

Post by snubber on Sat Feb 18 2012, 15:46

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Seems to work now, when I got the direction
Thanks
Roger

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Post by mike d on Sat Feb 18 2012, 15:49

hi roger..glad you have sorted it..
regards,mike...

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Post by DanBoy on Sat Feb 18 2012, 16:18

I've had a trawl through the t'internet but can't find the badge. A starting point might be looking through german engines on You Tube maybe starting with the Lorenz here

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Feb 18 2012, 17:04

I think you may have to find out a few German words to help with the search. A few days ago we were talking about a Lister D being fitted to a motor bike, well Elliot found it on You Tube but that was in German so that maybe what you need to look at.

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