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Playing in the Garden

Post by JONESEY on Thu Sep 26 2013, 16:57

Nice day down here in Dorset so I thoght I would have a play
After being in hospital for so long and now back home I needed some theroy so into the garage I went , rebuilt the Mugol 1 hp 1916 and rebuil the deep well pump (looks a bit different now Matt)

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by Lewis MacRae on Thu Sep 26 2013, 17:13

That's one nice looking water pump, thanks chris for the manual, did u get the message?
How long did it take to do the pump?

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by matt86 on Thu Sep 26 2013, 19:06

nice job chris !

looks fantastic ... when can i take it out lol! lol! 

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by Abes on Thu Sep 26 2013, 19:33

LOL keep telling you about playing with my toys when iam not there

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by kevjhnsn on Thu Sep 26 2013, 23:18

sweet couple of items youve rebuilt there mr jones
looks a fantastic pumping set up
and the engine looks the job too
hope your NHS pass has now been finished off and get you back cracking on with the engines you bought and probable still got to do mate
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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by JONESEY on Sat Sep 28 2013, 05:44

Thanks for the comments lads
Jonesey

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by tony RA on Wed Feb 19 2014, 23:35

A very nice set up keep up the GOOD WORK GOOD LUCK

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by mike d on Thu Feb 20 2014, 13:27

nice outfit mate.. keep it up

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Re: Playing in the Garden

Post by neilhorse on Sun Feb 23 2014, 08:03

Real nice restoration , I like it alot
The engine is just beautiful.

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