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Bernard again

Post by piggy on Tue Nov 20 2012, 19:12



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Re: Bernard again

Post by nutgone on Tue Nov 20 2012, 22:18

You lucky lucky so&so, I really want a Bernard (or a DeVille), & I will have one, one day.

Are you going to make a project of this one??? I'd be interested to read all about it.

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Re: Bernard again

Post by piggy on Tue Nov 20 2012, 23:11

It is a Bernard then - there don't seem to be any distinguishing marks on it.

When I can find out all about it and make it go - carb seized but it does turn over and has compression.

Maybe I'll contact Bernard in france - don't speak French that well, so this may be difficult !!!!!!!!!!!

I'll update as I progress

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Re: Bernard again

Post by nutgone on Tue Nov 20 2012, 23:18

Well, don't quote me on it. I think it looks like a Bernard, but I could well end up being corrected.

It looks a nice engine anyway, & those carbs are dead easy to free off, you should see the state of the one I just put back together for my nephews' Lister D, & now it's all freed off & working. (Well, I haven't actually used it, but it should work fine, they're extremely simple).

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Re: Bernard again

Post by piggy on Wed Nov 21 2012, 05:21

The Bernard is unfortunately last on the list , I've just done the Lister D that has sat in my garden for 25 yrs, now doing the Ruston, then I've got to do the Lister diesel and lastly the Bernard !!!!!!!!!!


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Re: Bernard again

Post by stationary stu on Wed Nov 21 2012, 10:45

Nice looking engine not seen one stripped so interested when work starts if you can post a few pics please. Keeps us up to date on all your resto work as I'm sure there will be some interest in what your doing.

Good luck with your restorations,

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