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R.H B.IP6-Class AP Dating.

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R.H B.IP6-Class AP Dating.

Post by seniorengineers on Fri Sep 14 2012, 13:09

Hi Guys,
I just wish to confirm a couple of points with regard to this engine.
I was led to believe it was a 1919 engine, but I know one of the guys on here said it was later. I know it was supplied to a local farmer in north devon where it stayed all it's life, until it was sold to a local guy in barnstaple who is the manager of an agricultural agents (blakewells) who took over from the original supply co., Squires of barnstaple. Apart from a few repairs to barrel and cylinder head it is original, even the timber runners it sits on. The engine no. is, 136478. cheers david.

The guy I bought it off has had it approx 8 years.

forgot to mention, it has a wico flickmag like i have never seen b4 Very Happy Shocked


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Re: R.H B.IP6-Class AP Dating.

Post by stationary stu on Sat Sep 15 2012, 09:57

My memory has gone again but I think it's Ray Hooley you need to contact and he should give you the details you need. If I'm onto the wrong guy sorry and I'm sure someone will correct me and tell you the correct person with all the Ruston engine history.

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Re: R.H B.IP6-Class AP Dating.

Post by seniorengineers on Sat Sep 15 2012, 11:19

stationary stu wrote:My memory has gone again but I think it's Ray Hooley you need to contact and he should give you the details you need. If I'm onto the wrong guy sorry and I'm sure someone will correct me and tell you the correct person with all the Ruston engine history.

Stu.

Hi Stu,
Yes, that is the man , I just posted on here as maybe someone else would have some info. I know i posted about this engine sometime ago, but not sure where the post is, or if it was in the other forum cheers David

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