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Identification 2 cylinder open crank engine

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Identification 2 cylinder open crank engine

Post by Mark15 user on Mon Sep 28 2015, 13:20

Dear forum members,

See attached pictures of a 2 cylinder open crank engine.
Engine was shown at the Blyth Steamshow in Ontario Canada.
I've posted earlier some pictures of this show.

Previous owner sadly past away; therefore there is no information available.

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Who can help to identify this engine?

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Re: Identification 2 cylinder open crank engine

Post by blue cat on Mon Sep 28 2015, 20:54

Looks like a freelance model gas engine to me......

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Re: Identification 2 cylinder open crank engine

Post by fowlerfan on Fri Oct 02 2015, 19:20

I would agree with blue cat, looks like a well engineered model engine, the carburettor is definitely fabricated, as is the hopper.

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Re: Identification 2 cylinder open crank engine

Post by Mark15 user on Sat Oct 03 2015, 21:22

Hi Blue cat and Fowlerfan,

Thank you very much for your comments.
Will communicate this to the owner.

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Re: Identification 2 cylinder open crank engine

Post by kevjhnsn on Fri Oct 09 2015, 21:36

blue cat wrote:Looks like a freelance model gas engine to me......

i would also have to agree as its all just to new and crisp cut and machined tohigh of a finish of the old school ways bubbly and rough finish castings and
carb would also be a casting with some machined parts were needed, so i would have to say a very nice freelace but 90% sure its not a original
thanks kev

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