JAP model 55

Hi all, I wonder if anyone can help me. I have just purchased a Jap model
55, petrol/TVO. It is 90% complete but requires the main fuel tank and, I
think, some tinwork. What I would like is a picture of a complete engine.
You could either email it to me or if you know of a weblink that would be
great. Thanks in advance,
MartinH
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Is this the one that was on Ebay? I looked at that more than momentarily, but decided against it on account of its mass!
The man you need to talk to is Paul Nutt, the JAP specialist. If anyone knows, it'll be him.
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Kim Siddorn,
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Hi all, I wonder if anyone can help me. I have just purchased a Jap model
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SOME PICS ON MY WEBSITE IF REQUIRED.
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There's a nice low trolley for you Kim ;-)
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Nick H
Hey, watch it, Nick! Leave me alone while I'm quiet :-).
I thought Martin P was the official resident stirrer. We don't want you stepping on his toes, especially in the next few days ;-).
I hope its not too painful, Martin, if you've got your ears on. I'm sure your ballet career will be back to its previous level in no time!
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Arthur G
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Roland will need his dictionary for this :-))
Currently I cant feel anything in the Hallux, if you hear a dull moan around 8 pm then it will only be me when the anasthetic wears off. I was seen by Dr Jekel and Mrs Hyde a right pair of female comedians who kept messing about with a computer to get it to work and muttering that without the instructions they would not know what to do to my Hallux.
Martin P
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