Enstone?

ISTR it's Enstone next weekend. Is anyone going? If so can anyone take some things to Internal Fire? I've a couple of things for Paul.
John
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Too far for me John but the site is below for others. http://www.cotswoldoilengine.co.uk/html/events.html
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Well I went along with many others. Saw the usual crowd plus a few new (to me) faces.
Kim had a very nice twin in the back of his car. Perhaps he will make us all jealous with a description soon.
Martin P supplied his usual temporary storage site for everyone. It certainly saved me carrying stuff back to the car. I found a box of spanners for 2. There must be about 40 spanners in there even after I threw out the rubbish. The rest were Brittol, King Dick, etc, equally split between AF and Whit. The relevant tool boxes are now very full. A 2 gallon tea urn made a nice present for my wife. She was quite speechless when she saw it. I really am very good to her. A Lin-bin louvred panel from Martin P will be usefull in the garage and a few more drills, taps and dies made it an interesting morning. The weather was kind and I even indulged in a bacon roll.
Bob followed me home with his trailer where we loaded a generator and air receiver to go to Internal Fire.
As I said, a pleasant morning out.
Now is anyone else reading this or am I wasting my time?
John
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It has been a bit quiet of late, but one here......and no.....not yet!!
Regards,DJC.
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On Tue, 15 Nov 2011 07:34:28 -0800, John wrote:

I'm here... I only give up on interesting groups when the spammers take over, no reason to unsubscribe otherwise!
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On 15/11/2011 16:34, John wrote:

No you are defininatly not wasting you time.
michael.
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It's nice to see a few people reply these days.
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On Tue, 15 Nov 2011 07:34:28 -0800 (PST), John
Read and absorbed; it's just that I dip into here sporadically and let the posts build up between visits.
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The engine John spied in the back of the BMW is a Mk 1 ABC flat twin APU. You can see it here
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/album/580580470HAxTgI
in its before and afterness. I've written it up for SEM, but very briefly it is the most complete and unmolested example still in existence that I know of. I bought it from a chap I was in touch with six years ago when he bought it.
Dating to the first year of production in 1932, it was probably fitted to a Short Singapore flying boat.
At Enstone I bought a Tiny Tim, a complete example of the Sherman Tank variety. Otherwise, only an extremely well made NOS rotary converter, 27V in to 220V out, called to me. I'm getting quite picky these days after the Great Clearout!
Regards,
Kim Siddorn
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