Engines for sale

It is past time I did some rationalising & as the days shorten, some things
Must Go. So, prior to e-Pay, anyone interested? I live in Bristol & I am
always open to offers of swaps for small, interesting stuff.
Enfield sloper Diesel. Bought from Dan Howden. Free with compression. Never
had it going - never likely to! £140.00
JAP Model 55 twin. Apparently either never used or seen very little use.
Bought from a film & TV props house. I had it running a couple of years ago.
£140.00
Stuart Turner P55 Industrial engine. Never used in salt water! ;o)) Unusual
beast. Free with compression. £80.00
This is the tip of the iceberg! If there is interest, photos can easily be
taken .
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kimsiddorn
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Now that my Douglas FT35 gen-set has gone to pastures new, the clear-out has revealed other items: Norman T600 a runner with fuel tank and pepper-pot exhausts. Workman-Reed genset on substantial trolley. 240vac and comes with two alternators and two PAZ1 engines. All worked when I put them away a few years back. Though that's no guarantee that they will now of course!
regards
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Roland Craven
You and us all!
Ooh, tempting. What's a model 55? Capacity / rpm / rough power?
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Andy Dingley
Twin Cylinder water-cooled two-stroke, the stationary engine version is a little bit rarer than the marine versions. Peter -- Peter A Forbes Prepair Ltd, Rushden, UK snipped-for-privacy@prepair.co.uk
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Peter A Forbes
Er - no. It is a Model five but with two heads & barrels on a common crankcase. Air cooled, side valve 800+cc. Very sexy finned exhaust manifold.
Nice looking engine & rarely seen .
Regards,
Kim Siddorn
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kimsiddorn
JAP 55 pics here
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Regards,
Kim Siddorn
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kimsiddorn
I have access to a completely dismantled one with hardly any wear if anyone is interested.
Martin P
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campingstoveman
Apologies, I read P55 ! (smacks wrist!)
Peter
-- Peter & Rita Forbes Email: snipped-for-privacy@easynet.co.uk
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Peter A Forbes
Ah. Showing my ignorance here, but I didn't realise it wasn't a V
Indeed. Rather similar finning to Dad's MG J2 (850 OHC straight-4 - camshaft drive is a vertical shaft with bevels, which is also the dynamo rotor! All great fun until the upper oil seal leaks into the brushgear...)
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Andy Dingley

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