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Villiers engine ID

Post by clive.allcorn on Thu Nov 26 2015, 09:50

Hi all. I have just purchased a Villiers engine attached to an Aldon pump.
The serial number is 234979
The 'mark' box has a date preceded by the letter C. (C12.04.41)
I dont seem to be able to add an image to my post. Any ideas?

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Re: Villiers engine ID

Post by Woodsman on Thu Nov 26 2015, 15:09

Hi Clive,

I believe you have a Villiers Mark C12 - not sure about the other numbers but I'm sure someone will know.
As regards posting pictures have a look a the end of this thread regarding using Photobucket - works for me.

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PS We have a manual if you need one.

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Post by clive.allcorn on Thu Nov 26 2015, 18:41

Thanks Woodsman.

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Hopefully the above link will work.

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Post by Woodsman on Fri Nov 27 2015, 08:51

Interesting exhaust - home brew??

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Post by clive.allcorn on Fri Nov 27 2015, 08:59

I'm assuming so. I just bought it from someone who bought it as a renovation project which never got started. The engine turns over with good compression but there is no spark so I haven't had it running yet.

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Post by blue cat on Fri Nov 27 2015, 20:10

Villiers C12 (120cc).

The C12 was introduced in 1974 and remained in production until the end.

The C12 was the last incarnation of the trusty old Mk12 engine first produced during WW2.

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Post by clive.allcorn on Fri Nov 27 2015, 23:32

Thanks for that BC, not as old as I thought but I actually bought it to do a job When I get it going.

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