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Old 07-10-2012, 12:53:32 AM
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I have found an old engine and cast base on my hobby farm in Kendenup, WA. I was hoping that someone can assist with confirming its details and any technical info as i intend on rebuilding it completely. The crankcase cover is marked Malloch Brothers, Perth.
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I have been informed that this is one of the few engines made by Malloch Brothers, Perth at the end of WW2, when supplies from Britain were short. They were built around the Lister D motor and used several Lister parts off the shelf.
The motor is now in the process of being stripped down and a full rebuild will commence.
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Hi Ken,
interesting little engine with local history, i have not seen one before. Good to see another west aussie on here, cheers,
Chester.
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I have scans of 2 original adverts for these engines now.
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