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Coborn Engine

Post by RAB on Tue Oct 20 2009, 12:29

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Re: Coborn Engine

Post by mike d on Tue Oct 20 2009, 13:48

thats a well compact engine.....very nice

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Re: Coborn Engine

Post by BRASSO on Tue Oct 20 2009, 18:22

very nice engine.

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Re: Coborn Engine

Post by JONESEY on Tue Oct 20 2009, 19:17

Very nice as it got cold its gone all blue lol! lol!
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earls coborn c6

Post by earlsinclare on Tue Oct 20 2009, 19:34

this is my 1950 coborn c6. it came to me a part restored condition it just needed the manifold welding some work on the cowling and i made it a new silencer. it was then repainted. the engine runs very well and is quite quiet for a 6hp engine.
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you done a good job

Post by RAB on Wed Oct 21 2009, 04:09

it reminds me alot of a villiers V engine i use to own

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coborn c6

Post by earlsinclare on Wed Oct 21 2009, 17:05

its alot bigger than a v engine it stands 26" high. it is just about liftable by one person.
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Re: Coborn Engine

Post by ian webb on Thu Oct 22 2009, 16:51

very nice engine well done
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