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A few of my engines

Post by Biggusdannus on Mon Sep 17 2012, 16:07

My newly restored Lister LH 9hp Dating from 1936



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Post by Biggusdannus on Mon Sep 17 2012, 16:12

My 1953 Lister DK shearing set

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Post by Biggusdannus on Mon Sep 17 2012, 16:14

1920's Crossley P1060 4hp

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Post by Biggusdannus on Mon Sep 17 2012, 16:16

1952 Wolseley WD8 Tank cooled (now petrol paraffin)

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Post by Biggusdannus on Mon Sep 17 2012, 16:18

Newly aquired Petter AV1 series 1 5hp dating from the late 40's

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Post by matt86 on Mon Sep 17 2012, 19:38

Nice collection there Dan

i do like the p1060 . You got any videos of them running ?

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Post by Ianhw77k on Mon Sep 17 2012, 20:54

Nice collection, I'd love to have some heavier engines like that but I just can't lug the weight around at the moment.

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Post by stationary stu on Tue Sep 18 2012, 09:43

You've a very nice collection, and all look in fantastic condition. I do like the Wolseley not something you see everyday.

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Post by Biggusdannus on Tue Sep 18 2012, 10:40

Thanks gents, the LH weighs in at around 500kg's so it's pretty heavy but quite managable on the flat on your own. My youtube name is 'The Britchford' and I have a few video's of the engines running on there.
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