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Post by tony RA on Mon Sep 19 2016, 21:52

Help and Advice Please
I have been asked by an old friend to get a engine running for him as I have not seen it yet he has told me its on a Martin Truck
Model E with a Serial No 690688 and its a Norton Villiers Engine . that's as much as I/ve got to go on at the mo Could anybody advise me on model and type Please Many thanks

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Post by blue cat on Thu Sep 22 2016, 15:00

If it's a Norton Villiers its probably going to be one of the F range or the C range.
Difficult to guess much further without a picture to go on, or any details from the engine serial number plate. Probably a F15 of C15, but might be a F12 or C12.

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Post by tony RA on Thu Sep 22 2016, 20:04

Thanks Blue Cat I will know more when he gets the engine off and brings it to me I asked this question in advance to prepare my self for things to come

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Post by tony RA on Sun Sep 25 2016, 20:39

Yes the engine has now arrived and as you said on the plate it/s a Norton Villiers C45--10 Thanks

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Post by blue cat on Mon Sep 26 2016, 21:23

The C45 is a biggie, 82mm bore 82mm stroke, 433cc. Came out about 1973 or so....

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Post by tony RA on Tue Sep 27 2016, 14:07

Yes it/s a fair old lump

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