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Alan de Enfield

Who wanted a BMC 1.5 ?

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"Inspired" to take 3 pictures from one side, and none from the other.

Impossible to see any exhaust/manifold/heat exchanger/header tank arrangements for example...

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2 minutes ago, alan_fincher said:

"Inspired" to take 3 pictures from one side, and none from the other.

Impossible to see any exhaust/manifold/heat exchanger/header tank arrangements for example...

Hopefully any buyer would have all the ancillaries from his old engine.

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5 minutes ago, Alan de Enfield said:

Hopefully any buyer would have all the ancillaries from his old engine.


It would be nice to be able to work out that it has not had salty water passing through it for years though, wouldn't it?

If it's in Maidstone I doubt it has come out of a canal boat.

 

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8 hours ago, StephenA said:

Odd looking arrangement on the spill rail

Where have the pulleys gone?

Spill rail back to front. Nice new paint. Thermostat housing is pointing the wrong way, I suspect that there is no exhaust manifold.

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12 hours ago, Boater Sam said:

Spill rail back to front. Nice new paint. Thermostat housing is pointing the wrong way, I suspect that there is no exhaust manifold.

Spill rail seems to have a pipe connector at the back end of the engine, which is fine, but then has that whole but of cut off pipe at the front.

 

I assume "can be seen working" means watching it spray fuel everywhere and then overheating......

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10 minutes ago, magnetman said:

Photos of my 1.5s just to compare.

It’s awfully clean :)

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