Plenty of albums of interest
Nick H Take a look at pic 5 on link below
Very interesting, would love to know more. I guess the centre unit is a high
frequency alternator with the end one being an exiter?
BTW. Smith Motor-Wheel is US cousin of British Wall Auto-Wheel, which was
itself based in 1/4 of the Belgian Fafnir motorcycle engine. Some years ago,
when a WAW had appeared for identification in SEM, I speculated that its
genesis lay in the availability of redundant Fafnir parts, that company
having recently changed to fully mechanically operated valve gear in place
of the automatic inlets.
Spent some time now looking through the other albums, loads of really
interesting stuff. May I draw your collective attention (and particularly
Kim) to the Waterman pumper and marine engines - the resemblance to the
Watermota made in UK by Walter D Fair surely runs deeper than those shapely
copper water jackets.