DOUGLAS ENGINE on EBAY

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That was well spotted considering it is listed simply as 'barn find' ;-)
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Nick H
I suggest FT 35 Mk3 genny but made by someone other than Douglas under licence, BSA would be my best guess. ttfn Roland
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Roland and Celia Craven
And another!
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NHH
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Nick H
A lash up based on an FT35 mk1. (IMHO) ttfn Roland
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Roland and Celia Craven
You seem to be well up on these beasties Roland, how does one tell a Mk1 from a MK3 and if of Douglas or 'shadow' manufacture?
NHH
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Nick H
I agree Nick, for a leading member of the Lesser Spotted Petter Club, this Roland knows an awful lot about Duggies ;o)) I reckon he was a flat twin man in a previous life.
That joshed, I do agree, and without cowling or exhausts, I think it is currently at about the right price (£31.00), but hasn't reached its reserve. I've had a good stare at it with my acquisitive head on, but my antenna remained in the off position. For once, even I think I've got enough to do for the time being ........
- or at least, that's what I tell myself until the next "I've gotta get me one of those" surfaces spluttering from the pond of life.
regards,
Kim
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Kim Siddorn

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