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Building an engine "one piece at a time"


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Default Building an engine "one piece at a time"

Another one of my hobbies is metal detecting. I love the feel of finding treasure that has been buried for years, even if its just an old indian head penny. Well, starting last year, I found a brass water hopper drain out at my dads house. Then yesterday i found a grease cup lid with good threads and today i found a bronze bearing. So, maybe in about 10 or 20 years i will find enough to start assembling it. Here is a picture of what i have so far...
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