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Villiers Mark 7

Post by The Listy Man on Mon Apr 08 2013, 15:01

Hi Guys,

Have just made a discovery in my dads shed.

I found a Villers Mark 7 petrol with a messed up coil and some parts missing.

It came off a lawnmower and some parts have been nicked.

Im 14 and i dont have a clue what im doing. Does anybody know anything else about these engines and how to go about restoring them and finding parts for them because I don't know.

Any Help?.
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Re: Villiers Mark 7

Post by stationary stu on Tue Apr 09 2013, 11:08

The Listy Man wrote:

Im 14 and i dont have a clue what im doing.
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Your not the only one on this site and some of those are in there 20's/30's don't have clue Very Happy :stick lol: lol! :stick lol: lol! lol! :stick lol:

Luke this could be a great opertunaty for you to lean. Basically your Villiers is scrap so if it doesn't work again nothing lost. I'll look (and if others could check) to see if I have a manual for a Mk7. Then you can just come on as you need to and ask rather then someone writing step by step instruction for what you should do.

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Villiers Mark 7

Post by The Listy Man on Tue Apr 09 2013, 14:19

Cheers Stu,

It wont run and at the moment it is in a plastic box lol!

I will try and find it, It hasnt run for bout 21 years.

Shame really as it would be lovely next to my Lister D Very Happy

Thanks for help and yes, Over the winter i have been trying to get my D going but failing at it. £140 on a new coil(now a Wico A) and spark plugs and tanks and stuff and it costs. In the summer i might buy another engine so to have a pair

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