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Sydney Rally


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Old 09-20-2009, 07:51:45 AM
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Another great weekend with engines. Some pictures from this weekends Sydney Rally. Some very interesting engines.
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I don't know where to start. But , thank you is a good beginning.

Do you know what make the 3 wheel ride-on rototiller is? A very interesting machine.

I have quite at few Listers. But I have never seen the Lister Junior that you have 3 photos of. With the exhaust hooked into the intake... Is it a kerosene burner that the exhaust heats up the incoming charges? I have Lister XO's that start on gasoline and switch to kero, but the set up is entirely different from that Junior..

And there is a Lister Auto Truck. Are there any other collectors in Canada or the USA that have these?

Then there is the Lorenz, and a hot air engine, and the single flywheel Hornsby, and a Capel (sp?) with unique muffler/silencer...The Blackstone on trucks is superb.

I could go on, but lengthy posts tire me , too..

Thanks again.
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