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One for the Austrailians

Post by RAB on Mon Sep 21 2009, 10:20

I went to a rally this weekend were a friend of mine was selling of a number of engines, one he had was called a mac diesel, i think thats correct anyway it said on the plate from Australia, i was wondering if you can shed and info on the company, he was only selling it for £275 which i thought was quite cheap

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Re: One for the Austrailians

Post by Triumphline on Mon Sep 21 2009, 11:13

It is most likely a McDonald 'Imperial Super Deisel'. There are various sizes and styles and they run very well... for a deisel.


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yeah this one were not an open crank

Post by RAB on Mon Sep 21 2009, 11:18

it were twin flywheel with round hopper on the front, so what i was wondering is, is this mc donald engine to the australians what the lister is to the british , kinda thing

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Re: One for the Austrailians

Post by JONESEY on Mon Sep 21 2009, 17:46

What a nice looking engine for a deisel
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