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Post by Mo2art on Tue Aug 11 2009, 00:54

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the engine with the red roof

Post by RAB on Tue Aug 11 2009, 03:40

i know someone personaly who has one near enough identical to yours, nice collection
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Post by benz on Tue Aug 25 2009, 15:55

Some nice engines there, I always find true portable engines lovely objects!
The govenors on a couple of engines are like Blackstones, are they Ronaldson and Tippets? Clatterbucks??
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Post by Mo2art on Tue Aug 25 2009, 17:35

G'day Mike and thank you have some very nice engine too. Three engine are Austral Ronaldson Tippet a 11hp is from 1921 , 6hp is 1908 and one the with factory roof is 5hp , 1919.
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Post by benz on Tue Aug 25 2009, 20:09

Thanks for the nice video. In the background there is a Graham & Co hot bulb on a full base, I`ve never heard of one of these before.........is it rare.
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Post by Mo2art on Wed Aug 26 2009, 00:53

They are pretty rare as were not in business for very long, it is 9hp engine

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Post by Triumphline on Wed Aug 26 2009, 01:48

benz wrote:Some nice engines there, I always find true portable engines lovely objects!
The govenors on a couple of engines are like Blackstones, are they Ronaldson and Tippets? Clatterbucks??
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The Ronaldson-Tippett Australs were built using Carter's Patent so the govenor, vapouriser & valve setup is very similar to Blackstone engines.

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love the flywheels

Post by RAB on Wed Aug 26 2009, 13:11

Mo2art wrote:They are pretty rare as were not in business for very long, it is 9hp engine


there different cheers
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Graham & CO. belong to one of my mates

Post by Mo2art on Wed Aug 26 2009, 15:14

dates from 1917


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Post by JONESEY on Wed Aug 26 2009, 16:54

What a lovely Engine I have fallen in love with it I love you
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