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Coolspring Pennsylvania The Coolspring Power Museum contains the largest collection of historically significant, early stationary gas engines in the country, if the not the world. Visit Coolspring, Pennsylvania for the Summer and Fall Expo and Swap Meet!

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Old 06-17-2010, 09:11:49 PM
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G'day all, WOW you gotta make the effort to get to this rally.
Thursday gone but stil two days to go. A huge assortment of American engines fo sale. World class engines on display. Tired from walking all day so about to have a beer.

Russell from OZ in Coolspring
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Good on ya Russell, Ill get there one day Any Olds's there?
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:26:07 PM
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Chris there are a number of Olds there, A real nice vertical also. would be two or three for sale too
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Thanks Russell, If you get a chance could you take some pics of the OLDS engines for me and email them to me when you get home? Chris
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Have a video of the vertical
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Russell

Ron Irving from the Sydney Antique Machinery Club is over there as well. He is into Jacobson engines and I believe they are featuring those this year. Look forward to getting there myself soon.
Cheers, Luke
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Hi Russell,

It sure is an eye opener !!!!!!!!

Did you get a look at the McVickers engine in one of the sheds? It had me stumped on how it worked. Did you see the big Sombart run, the noise it makes is unbelievable, very impressive.

I bet you are calculating how much you can get into your luggage and then working out where the closest post office is - a tip - there are things called UPS stores and you can send almost anything home, they even pack it for you.

Hey, next year Nuenen is the weekend before Coolsprings, we are thinking of flying into Frankfurt, going to Nuenen and then flying to Washington to Coolsprings and coming home through LA.

Have fun !!!!

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Hi Wayne, mate I could not remember the name"McVickers" !! I was searching through he many sheds trying to idetify something out of the ordinary; but heck everything is out of the ordinary. I did not find it. (I whish I wrote it down when you told me about it)I checked back many times on the sombart but it id no get a run. I did get to see most engines run in the shed where the sombart is; including Waynes real tidy repo otto langden (typo) I bougt few trinckets; no engines! Mind you I could have easily filled a trailer with some goooood stuff.

In my opinion we are lucky in Australia to be able to get hold of nice quality engines well under eight to ten grand, In he USA you can double or triple that price for a side shaft and then work your way up from there.

Russell
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Hi Rusell do you still want me to get a fuel tank cast for your eagle
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G'day russell
its only money mate, you can get some more, just sell some of that pommy junk you have at home and get some nice quality american engines!!, thats what i did after i cam back form the usa in 07!!
but hope you are having fun and i hope to be back in the usa next year myself to see all those lovely coolspring engines
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