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Post by bencam43 on Sun Dec 23 2012, 20:04

This is my latest winter prjec[img]https://i11.servimg.com/u/f11/17/41/[url=https://servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=21&u=17417169]71/69/engine16.jpg[/img][/url]t and a previous "D"

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Post by matt86 on Sun Dec 23 2012, 21:09

you say thats a project but what needs doing to it ?

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Post by bencam43 on Mon Dec 24 2012, 11:46

I have just finished both last week. Bill

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Re: My latest project J A P 4F

Post by stationary stu on Mon Dec 24 2012, 11:51

Cracking looking engines Bill, well done. Is that the D you've just bought or another one?

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Post by bencam43 on Mon Dec 24 2012, 12:25

No Stu thats another one, the other one is still in bits,the petrol tank has a pin hole and needs some Petseal or similar. Bill

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Re: My latest project J A P 4F

Post by stationary stu on Mon Dec 24 2012, 12:29

I didn't think you'd have the D restored in such a short time but had to ask Laughing Laughing Laughing

So what are your plans for these engines? you going to sell them or rally them first and see how it goes later.

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Re: My latest project J A P 4F

Post by ray on Mon Dec 24 2012, 22:13

Hi well done ben looking good

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Post by Ianhw77k on Mon Dec 24 2012, 22:14

Lovely job you've done there Smile

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Post by bencam43 on Wed Dec 26 2012, 20:04

Hope to rally them this next year and take it from there, Hope i'll have the same enthusiasm that i had in the early eighties, do you come up as far as Corbridge and Brunton Stu, if so might meet you there. Bill

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Re: My latest project J A P 4F

Post by matt86 on Wed Dec 26 2012, 20:07

bencam43 wrote:No Stu thats another one, the other one is still in bits,the petrol tank has a pin hole and needs some Petseal or similar. Bill
I would just put a small amount of solder on the bottom ,Thats if you can solder but its not hard if you cant .... Give it a go .

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Re: My latest project J A P 4F

Post by stationary stu on Thu Dec 27 2012, 11:40

bencam43 wrote:Hope to rally them this next year and take it from there, Hope i'll have the same enthusiasm that i had in the early eighties, do you come up as far as Corbridge and Brunton Stu, if so might meet you there. Bill

Bill, Corbridge clashes with another rally I attend, think it's my own club rally so I need to attend that and I would love to get up to Brunton but it will have to be a dry and not to cold weather forecast for me to attend with it being so late in the year it seems to get poor weather and my back doesn't like that kind of weather Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad . If I do a rally up in the borders I'll let you know and maybe we can have a meet up.

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