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Sandwich to be restored part 1

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Sandwich to be restored part 1

Post by JONESEY on Sat Oct 24 2009, 21:10

This is going to be the first engine I am going to restore this winter.
As I brought it.
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is it running at the minute chris

Post by RAB on Sat Oct 24 2009, 21:44

wont take you long to do that will it cheers

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Re: Sandwich to be restored part 1

Post by JONESEY on Sun Oct 25 2009, 10:21

Its all got to be striped down ,sand blasted its the waiting for the paint to dry that takes the longest time.
In total 10 weeks.
I always try to buy engines in running condition on oridgenal trollys, and then you now you will not be spending much more money out.
I have learnt the hard way buying none runners or parts missing it costs a fortune.
My John Deeres were brought both together one for restorring and one for bits but I managed to get all parts easy both Engines together ows me £600.00.
Plus I nearly have anothe bits to build one more.
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