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Villiers Mk20 before and after

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Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by rich07961 on Wed Apr 08 2015, 21:47

Mk20 runs ok, no cowls which is a pity, fins damaged on flywheel and has had a hard life







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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by tony RA on Sat May 16 2015, 23:53

Hi Rich Il/l check in our work shop in the pile of dead ones and see if I can find a fan housing .Give me a day or two and Il/l let you know. As that's a nice job it needs to be complete All the best

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by rich07961 on Mon May 18 2015, 06:22

Hi Tony that would be great, just let me know details, how etc many thanks Richard

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by tony RA on Wed May 20 2015, 20:07

Hi Rich No luck so far I have one but to rusty to bother with sorry but I/l keep looking something might turn up

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by rich07961 on Thu May 21 2015, 21:04

Many thanks, not any about on fleebay and such like but sure one will turn up, I have plenty of other projects on the go so can wait
thanks again Richard

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by blue cat on Fri May 22 2015, 18:43

I have a Villiers V engine here which I believe is the early version of the Mk20. It is incomplete, but does have all the cowlings (small repair at base) and a flywheel with all the fins. Only problem is I'm no where near Wiltshire.

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by rich07961 on Sat May 23 2015, 19:20

Hi thanks everyone for trying to help me out but have managed to find a flywheel and cowling for my mark 20
many thanks again. Richard

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by fowlerfan on Sun May 24 2015, 09:24

Nice work there, post a pic when finished. Cheers

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by rich07961 on Tue Sep 08 2015, 20:06

Finally got cowling and tank painted and fitted, took so long to get them finished that the original paint used on block had gone off,
but hey good to be different.   Very Happy



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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by Woodsman on Wed Sep 09 2015, 08:04

Very tidy. Well done!

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by StewartH on Thu Sep 10 2015, 14:05

Top job there Squire - a new lease of life for the old girl! (not sure if engines are 'girls' or not - probably starting a whole new topic here.....)

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by rich07961 on Fri Sep 11 2015, 16:36

Thanks for comments, are engines girls I have always referred engines as a she, unless they are being a pain
then I have a few choice words to call them Smile

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Re: Villiers Mk20 before and after

Post by Woodsman on Sat Sep 12 2015, 09:30

Definitely 'she' - needy,  temperamental, expensive and in constant need of attention.  Good job "her in doors" doesn't have a log on. Very Happy

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