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Engines I have built
« on: September 25, 2017, 01:57:03 PM »
In this section of the forum we have threads that help people with problems to do with specific engines. As we don't all look in on the forum as often as some and many builds may have happened before MEM, I thought it might be useful to turn the tables and get people to list what engines they have built. So that members could send them PM's with a  :help:

I suppose I should start, with my engines and any known features  :-\

AHC Diesel - Motor Boys International (Ken Croft)
Calorific Gauge 1 Stirling locomotive - Roy Key
Centaur Horizontal Gas Engine (Carb problems )
Crosskill Oscillating Steam Engine - Anthony Mount
Double Tangye Steam Engine - Westbury
Double Tandem Compound - Horizontal Steam engine
Easton and Anderson grasshopper beam - Anthony Mount
Felgiebel - Two stroke Aero Engine (chops thumbs  :paranoia: )
Kiwi Four stroke petrol Engine - Westbury
Kittiwake Four Stroke petrol engine - Westbury
Lady Stephanie Beam Engine - Tubal Cain
Mary Beam Engine - Tubal Cain
R&B Gas Engine - Bruce Davey  (Ornament - carb problems :facepalm2: also squashes thumbs   ::) )
Steeple Engine - Anthony Mount
Stentor two stroke aero engine - Veron
Stothert and Pitt Beam Engine - Jo Thoms
Stuart No 9 - Stuart Models
Stuart No 10 Vertical engine - Stuart Models
Stuart Standard Beam Engine - Stuart Models
Titan 60 Glowplug Aero Engine -  Gemaco

and underway:

Atom Minor III - Westbury
Boulton and Watt Bell Crank Engine - Anthony Mount
Stuart triple (3 off) - Stuart Models
Stuart 5A - Stuart Models
Swan - Stuart Models
Wall Wizard - E Wall (Coles Power Models) :-X

So boys are you willing to admit to what you have built /are building?

Jo
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Re: Engines I have built
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2017, 02:50:28 PM »
Here's my list:

Stuart Double 10
Stuart Half Beam
Stuart S50
PMR #3
PMR #5
Elmers Tiny
Elmers Tiny variant - 6 cylinder radial
5 Cylinder Radial (own design)
Twin Beam (own design)
MEM Corliss, twin variant
Kozo's New Shay - 3/4":1'
Lombard Log Hauler - 1":1'

Thats so far, anyway!

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« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2017, 03:10:50 PM »
Here is a list of mine:

Elmers #2 Twin Vertical Wobbler
Elmers #3 Open column w/ reverse
Elmers #14 Wobble Plate Engine
Elmers #23 Tiny
Elmers #24 Beam Engine

PMR #1
PMR #2
PMR #3

Liney Machine RV-1
Liney Thinble engine

Jerry Howell Miser in half scale
Jerry Howell "Vickie" Stirling engine
Jerry Howell Mini Stirling Fan
Jerry Howell Vintage Stirling

Phillip Duclos Flame Licker

Clarence Myers 1/4 scale Rider Ericsson Pumping Engine

Tiny Power 10H engine (may not be available any longer)
Tiny Power Mill Engine (may not be available any longer)

Briggs & Stratton 6S IC Engine (scale model barstock from my own plans)

Tiny Hit & Miss IC engine (plans by Putputman and gbritnell)

Rudy's Radial 5 in half scale

Currently in process: Parsell & Weed from Castings (90% complete)
Pearl Single Cylinder Marine Engine (1/2 scale) from castings (25% complete)
Wright Bros. 1903 engine (scaling from full sized plans) (5% complete and stil on the back burner)


Bill

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« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2017, 03:34:20 PM »
And mine.....County Carlow 3 1/2"    unfinished kit
                   
                  Traction engine freelance   unfinished   bar stock
                  Vertical boiler oscillating   solid fuel
                  electrically heated boiler and Persious mill engine    Part Kit
                  Stothart and pit   Kit
                  Mconie    Kit   
                  Bridewell beam engine   Extant copy   Barstock
                  Headley  beam engine 
 Extant copy    Barstock
                  Beeleigh beam engine    extant copy  Barstock

                 and thats all folks..!!
and the electrically heated steam crane.......
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« Reply #4 on: September 25, 2017, 04:12:39 PM »
Elmer's Beam
Kershel Flame Licker
Elmer's Coomber
Bogstandard's Paddleduck
Liney's 5-cyl Halo Radial
Westbury's Side Paddle Steamer
Muncaster's Joy Valve
Ouzof's Coventry
Benson Engine

Kozo 0-4-0 Penn. Switcher Loco
« Last Edit: September 27, 2017, 08:29:52 PM by kvom »

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« Reply #5 on: September 25, 2017, 04:29:34 PM »
Here's my list

Stuart ST
Elmer's No 32 tall vertical
Elmer's No 50 educational engine
PMR 3A
Elmer's No 9 twin horizontal wobbler
Liney No 5
PMR 2A
Elmer's Standby
Liney RV-1
Liney Thimble
Elmer's Scotty
Reichart pip-squeak
Elmer's No 7 square
Liney 1
Elderberry Launch Engine
Reeves Popular single
Elmer's No 43 launch engine
Elmer's fancy
Elmer's No. 25
Elmer's No 2 twin vertical
Elmer's beam engine

Tony








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« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2017, 04:56:29 PM »
Hey Jo, are you going to start another thread titled "Casting Sets I Have"??   :Lol:

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« Reply #7 on: September 25, 2017, 05:00:08 PM »
Hey Jo, are you going to start another thread titled "Casting Sets I Have"??   :Lol:

I did one of those a few years ago called "guess that casting set"  ::)

But it was only part of the collection  :mischief:

Jo

Edit: P.s. If people knew of all the casting sets I have they may try to talk me out of them  :hellno:
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« Reply #8 on: September 25, 2017, 05:39:05 PM »
This is my list.

Stuart 10V
Stuart Beam
James Booth Rectilinear Engine (Anthony Mount)  :embarassed:
Minnie Traction Engine
Zero-Six Open crank hit & miss (much modified)
2" scale Fowler A7 traction engine  :embarassed:
Hoglett   :embarassed:
1/5 scale IHC Famous vertical Screen cooled
1/2 scale Domestic Stove Pipe
1/2 Scale Galloway 5HP
1/6 scale Benson vertical Engine
1/6th Scale Easton & Anderson Beam Engine
Firefly 0.46 glow engine
1/3 scale Baker "ball hopper" Monitor
Nemett Ne15OT opposed twin
1/2 scale gade
2/3 scale Tidman organ engine
1/6 scale Cameron Steam Pump
Jowitt Mk2 Poppet valve engine
5cc Motore da Glow
5cc Motore da Diesel
Jowett Jnr poppet Valve engine
Stuart Lightweight
Muncasters simpel Entablature Engine
Thompston's workshop engine
CHUKY flame licker

On The Go

Own design 1/3 scale Ruston Hornsby BPR open crank
1/2 scale Root & Van Dervoort horizontal with cart
5/16 scale Root & Van Dervoort vertical with cart
1/4 Otto Langen

You can see most of the completed engines in this album

J

PS  :embarassed: means not yet quite completed but all the others are finished and running engines.

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« Reply #9 on: September 25, 2017, 05:45:51 PM »
Jo how could you have left your beloved BB1 off of the underway list ::)

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« Reply #10 on: September 25, 2017, 06:10:10 PM »
Jo how could you have left your beloved BB1 off of the underway list ::)

Other than Caloric (Gauge 1 loco which ran but did not have sufficient to power itself along = it was a stationary engine) I have left my vehicles off the engine list  ;)

Jo
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« Reply #11 on: September 25, 2017, 07:09:07 PM »
Here's my list:

Stuart Double 10
Stuart Half Beam
Stuart S50
PMR #3
PMR #5
Elmers Tiny
Elmers Tiny variant - 6 cylinder radial
5 Cylinder Radial (own design)
Twin Beam (own design)
MEM Corliss, twin variant
Kozo's New Shay - 3/4":1'
Lombard Log Hauler - 1":1'

Thats so far, anyway!

Don't forget the mighty Monitor :slap:
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« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2017, 07:26:49 PM »
Here's my list:

Stuart Double 10
Stuart Half Beam
Stuart S50
PMR #3
PMR #5
Elmers Tiny
Elmers Tiny variant - 6 cylinder radial
5 Cylinder Radial (own design)
Twin Beam (own design)
MEM Corliss, twin variant
Kozo's New Shay - 3/4":1'
Lombard Log Hauler - 1":1'

Thats so far, anyway!

Don't forget the mighty Monitor :slap:


Doh!


Figured I'd forget one!!   :wallbang:


Make that two, also my marine triple!


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« Reply #13 on: September 25, 2017, 07:34:55 PM »
Hi Ladies and Gentlemen,
Well here goes.

Steam kits:
Stuart                                          Reeves                       Coles Power Models                           Paul Briesch Castings
10V (2)                                        Mary Beam                   1" Case Traction Engine                   Cornwall Blowing Engine
Double 10 (2)
Steam Pump
Twin Launch
Twin Launch Compound
S-10
No. 4

Steam Scratch Built                                                Duplex Steam Pump (From Home Shop Machinist)                            Case Traction Engine (Rudy Kohupt design)
Mini Case Traction Engine                                      Dake square piston engine (From Live Steam)
Mini Stuart 10V                                                      Tiny Horizontal steam from my own lost wax castings.     
Mini Stuart 10V with reverse                                 Tiny Vertical
Mini Stuart 10H                                                      Mini Mary Beam Engine
Mini Stuart Double 10                                           
Mini Stuart Twin Launch

I.C. Engines from Kits:
1/3 Galloway Hit and Miss
1/4 Galloway Hit and Miss
1/6 Galloway Hit and Miss
1/8 Galloway Hit and Miss
Little Brother Hit and Miss (Paul Breisch castings)
Associated Hit and Miss (Paul Briesch castings)
Little York Hit and Miss
Woodpecker Hit and Miss

I.C. Engines Scratch Built                                                Tiny Hit and miss water cooled                                           Topsy Turvy Hit and Miss engine (from Home Shop Machinist)
Inline 4 cylinder OHV engine                                           Tiny Hit and Miss air cooled                                       
1/3 scale 302 V-8 engine                                                Tiny Hit and Miss vertical water cooled
75 H.P. Holt engine                                                         1/3 scale Hit and Miss from Little Brother drawings
V-twin engine                                                                  1/2 scale 3 cylinder from Holt drawings
Ford 300 inline six engine
1/3 scale Fordillac V-8 engine
5 cylinder Radial (loosely based on Morton M-5)
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Re: Engines I have built
« Reply #14 on: September 25, 2017, 08:22:03 PM »
Hi Ladies and Gentlemen,
Well here goes.

Sure would like to see photos of the Ford 300 inline six engine.

Thomas

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« Reply #15 on: September 25, 2017, 09:09:40 PM »
The ford straight 6 Is an amazing engine. George has done a fantastic job with the drawings. I'm in the process of building this engine from George's plans

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« Reply #16 on: September 25, 2017, 09:32:03 PM »
Wow.  Just wow.  I did a search and found the scale Ford I6 here:

http://www.modelenginemaker.com/index.php/topic,2295.msg37648.html#msg37648

George, I doubt I'll ever have that level of skill, much less the sheer sized of unmentionables to take on that build.  FWIW, I own the last F150 model pickup that had the I6 engine (1996), and it's now old enough to go off on its own, soon to be sold or traded in for a younger model.

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« Reply #17 on: September 25, 2017, 09:44:16 PM »
Hi Ladies and Gentlemen,
Well here goes.

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Wow. .................. Just wow.  :ThumbsUp: :)

https://www.youtube.com/user/gbritnell/videos

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« Reply #18 on: September 25, 2017, 10:09:02 PM »
Hi Thomas,
If you've got the time here's the complete build of the 300 six engine.
http://www.modelenginemaker.com/index.php/topic,2295.0.html
gbritnell
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« Reply #19 on: September 25, 2017, 10:44:43 PM »
Hi Thomas,
If you've got the time here's the complete build of the 300 six engine.
http://www.modelenginemaker.com/index.php/topic,2295.0.html
gbritnell

Thanks George, I sent you a PM.

Thomas

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« Reply #20 on: September 26, 2017, 02:09:50 AM »
 In order of builds, all from bar stock:


NickG's Wobbler

Elmer Verburg's Tiny

Elmer Verburg's Tiny 1/2 scale

Dr. Senft's Poppin

Elmer Verburg's Tiny 1/4 scale

Gail Graham's Lobo Twin Pup (90% finished)

Putputman's Tiny I.C. with some of George's details (95% finished)


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« Reply #21 on: September 26, 2017, 08:57:27 AM »
At the moment the count is eleven Stirling Engines plus one on the way, one is based on James G. Rizzo's Dyna, the rest are my own design. There are Ringbom engines, a free piston motor, an ALPHA two BETA and the rest are GAMMA motors. Three flame lickers, own design. A number of little wobblers(steam).
Ian S C

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« Reply #22 on: September 26, 2017, 09:56:10 AM »
Here's my little list:

A wobbler by Steve Bodiley
A Stuart 10V
Paddleduck by John "Bogstandard" Moore
Double Diagonal by Mogens Kilde
Easton & Anderson Grasshopper by Anthony Mount (Polly Models castings set)
Vertical Cross Single by Stew Hart
MEM Corliss
Jowitt Poppit Valve Engine drawn by Jason

Current project is Stew Hart's Popcorn Engine

Jim
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« Reply #23 on: September 26, 2017, 12:06:45 PM »
This a very interesting exercice !

much more easy to do now with the hudge amount of pictures i took while building engine.
for many of my earlier engines I only have memories and some plans on notebooks!
a large part of my engine are now sold...
but I have pictures on my Google album and/or video on YouTube for all those below!

Gauge 1 live steam locos :
020T "Juliet" by LBSC plan; pot boiler, alcohol fired & slip eccentrics.
030T "chingford express" from LBSC plans, but internally alcohol fired & SE
031T "8:35" an internally alcohol fired loco with Joy's valve gears, from scratch.

16mm narrow gauge live steamed locos:
030T MTVS tram lookalike, with Hackworth valve gear
030T slip eccentric, pot boiler with alcohol burner. 
E Glaser's "cracker" oscillating engine, gas fired, 3 of them

Gauge 0 live steamed :
J. Senft "dickins"; oscillating engine driven loco with alcohol burner, 2 of them
Scratch built :
020T toys like loco with wobbler engines & alcohol burner, 5 identical locos (but the colour!)
021T oscillating engine, internally gas fired.
many old toy locos rebuilt from wreck (Bing, Bowman, Mamod)

Stationary engines
Stuart D10
Stuart H10
ET Westbury "Vulcan" from bronze castings
Large Radiguet like vertical engine, from iron castings.
A large boiler for it, salvaged from iron scrap. 
A tiny 0.55 cm3 single acting piston valve engine with boiler from scratch :  4 identical engines

IC engines
all engines : spark & points ignition, petrol fueled.
7cm3 vertical engine 4 stroke OVH valves, air cooled from alu castings
"Cobra" vertical 7cm3 flat head 4 stroke, air cooled. alu castings
Atom, vertical 7cm3 OVH valves, 4stoke, water cooled, Al castings
"Bourdon" 8 cm3 2 stroke engine, not a fine runner...yet !
"Gearless" :A 10cm3 4 stroke vertical engine my own design with a gearless mechanism for exhaust valve from scratch and home casted parts.

in progress,  4 stroke inline 4 cylinder engine (=4x7cm3), flat head, air cooled, 2 engines about half way from completion.

auto-ignition engines,
"nano" : 0.1 cm3 diesel engine from R. Gordon Model Engineer plans.
"Topsy" : 0.3 cm3 diesel engine, plan of G. Hugh.
"Etheromane" 1.9 cm3 diesel from the plan of Gems Suzor (the only true runner in fact !).

hot air engine
flame gulper from a popular science plan.
flame gulper own design, scratch built with a "poppin" like valve, 2 engines, fast runner.
Stirling engine from popular science plan.
Stirling engine from the plan "Fizgig" by FC Collins, 2 engines with minor differences, a great plan.


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« Reply #24 on: September 26, 2017, 01:58:09 PM »
Tsk.   Tsk.   Tsk.

Page 2 and not an Alyn foundry engine listed ! Here's my " probably " biased list.   :)

Penultimate gas engine.
Retlas.
Sphinx, in Oil Spirit and Gas.  ( 3 separate engines )
R.L.E. In both air and water cooled format.
Colt, in both tank and hopper cooled format.
A&T engine, Vincent's rendition from a picture in American gas engines book.
R.L.E. Dragsaw.
Robinson type " X " half scale.
Gardner type " 0 " half scale.
Robinson No 4 half scale hot air engine.
A.L.F. Own design rotary valve flame gulper.
A.L.F. Own design non charging two stroke gas engine.
Nattie. 1/6 th scale National gas engine company flame gulper.
Hornsby Akroyd, 1/4 scale of engine number 192.
I.F. Allman, 1/2 scale from original 1890 patent drawings.
CHUK 1
CHUK 2
CHUK 3. Own design flame gulper's.

And finally...... Probably the largest casting kit ever??
An 1890's  A&S Barker 1 HP town gas engine built from original castings recovered from the basement of the Uppingham school.

Cheers Graham.

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« Reply #25 on: September 26, 2017, 11:02:30 PM »
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I made one of these .......................................... once.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWUjYesBYrE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWUjYesBYrE</a>

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« Reply #26 on: September 27, 2017, 03:02:52 AM »
Ok,
I do have a couple to add. I don't think I've seen these yet.

Hamilton Upshur based vertical single. Modified to give more cooling, and ball bearing crank & cam shafts with a 3 piece crank case.

Brian Fairey based VAL. Once again given more cooling and matching square cylinder. Using a two piece crank but otherwise mainly built to prints.
Considering what to build next?
Art

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« Reply #27 on: September 27, 2017, 10:32:10 AM »
Sorry no photo, but many years ago I built the "Visible Aero Engine", basically a P&W R-1340.
Ian S C

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« Reply #28 on: September 27, 2017, 05:22:58 PM »
My list

Engines built
•   Heinrici Hot Air Engine - Reeves
•   RLE - Alyn Foundry
•   10V - Stuart Turner
•   Gardner 0 Type - Alyn Foundry
•   Twin Victoria - Stuart Turner
•   Rider Ericsson Hot Air Engine – Camden Miniature Steam Services
•   Economy – Engineers Emporium (bought as an unfinished project).
•   CHUK  Inverted Flame Gulper - Alyn Foundry
•   Retlas - Alyn Foundry

Work in progress
•   Centaur – Reeves (Given to me as a basket case)
•   Major Beam Engine – Stuart Turner
•   Twin Cylinder Grasshopper – Sydney Owen design in Model Engineer 1965 but I don’t know the origin        of the castings which are all gunmetal.
Andy
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« Reply #29 on: September 28, 2017, 10:36:13 AM »
Mikes Models

Locomotives
2 ˝ in  GWR Purley Grange, LBSC
5 in GWR Dean Goods, MP
5 in GWR 14xx ,MP

Traction Engines
3 in Burrell, Plastow
2 in Fowler Road Loco, Plastow
2 in Fowler Plough, Hainning
1 ˝ in Allchin, Hughes
1 ˝ Marshall Portable, Hughes

Stationary Engines
No10, No 4, No 9, Victoria, Swan, Stuart
2in x 2in Horizontal, Clarkson
McConies Oscillator , Mount

IC Engines
Sealion 4 Cylinder, Westbury
BR2 9 Cylinder Rotary Engine, Blackmore

Gauge1
8 GWR Locomotives, MP
Steam Railmotor, MP
12 Carriages and Wagons MP

Boats
1 ˝ in Gaff Rig Oyster Smack
I in Tug

Farm Implements
Oxfordshire Wagon, Dung Cart, David Wray
Sail Reaper, MP

Current Projects
5 in Metro Tank Engine, Evans
˝ Scale Triumph 650cc Twin, MP

Images of these models see my post ‘ 50 Years and Still Going’ 1,2,3

Mike



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« Reply #30 on: September 28, 2017, 02:46:14 PM »
I have been twisting my supplier's arm to get him to admit to the engines he has built  ::) Eric admits to:

Allouchery – French two stroke (5 short shaft & 5 long shaft)
Atom Minor (3 off)
Avio Minima
Bonds Hurricane Minor (2 off)
Bottle Engine 1895 (4 off)
Cadet (8 off)
Cadet Twin 
Channel Island Special (10 off) + Casting Dies if required.
Craftsman Twin (5 off)
Cave Cobra (4 off)
Dan Calkin’s Elf 6 (2 off)
10 cc Ensign – Westbury (5 off)
Felgiebel ( 3 off)
Kestrel
Ladybird (lost count of them.. maybe a dozen)
Morton M1 4 stroke Petrol (2 off)
Nalon Viper (5 off)
Oliver Tiger Mk 5
Oliver Tiger Mk 2
Oscillating Engines (various)
7/16” Pepperell
Roger’s and Geary Comet 15cc Ignition Engine
Stuart No 1
Stentor (3 off)
5cc Sparey Diesel (4 off)
Stuart Triple (5 off)
Stuart No 4 (4 off)
Stuart Score (4 Off)
Stuart No 9 (4 off)
Stuart Number 10’s (as many as blades of grass on my lawn)
Stuart Surus (2 off)
Stuart Sun (2 off)
Stuart Beam Engine (3 Off)
Stuart Compound Launch Engine (2 off)
Stuart Standard Launch Engine (2 off)
Stuart Lightweight
Tubal Cain Kitten (2 off)

Underway:


Anzani Y type
15cc Atom Minor
D H Cirrus
Dan Calkin’s Elfs - 4’s twins and singles
Gardner Gas Engine
Stuart No 5
Stuart Compound Launch/Simple (one of each)


However he says he can't remember the half of them :o

Jo
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