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September 3, 2019

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I’m trying to find a fuel cap for a Buzacott 1A engine. I’m not sure of the thread size (5/8, 3/4?) Female. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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August 27, 2019

Manufactured by the Witte Engine Works of Kansas City, USA and distributed in Queensland by Clark & Fauset of Brisbane where it received the 'Emu' alias.

This engine was originally purchased by my late uncle around 1915. Its early life was spent cutting chaff, milling g...

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Saturday 7th September 2019 at 10.00am

Collection of Vintage & Classic Tractors, Cars, Motorcycles, Stationary Engines, Horse Drawn, Drones, Collectables & General

Catering: A BBQ Breakfast & Luncheon will...

 Paynesville Maritime Museum, in Victoria, has yet another piece of history from the local area, with the generous donation of a ‘home-made’ electric outboard motor.


An enterprising innovator has taken War surplus parts and combined them into a small motor capable of p...

July 18, 2019

Manufactured by the Witte Engine Works of Kansas City, USA and distributed in Queensland by Clark & Fauset of Brisbane where it received the 'Emu' alias.

This engine was originally purchased by my late uncle around 1915. Its early life was spent cutting chaff, milling g...

Picture yourself sitting in the middle of the Victorian high country, taking in the scenery and serenity, when the peace and calm is interrupted by a resonating doof, doof, doof sound, like heavy metal music, at 190 beats per minute. Not your cup of tea? Think again.

Th...

Waynen Grenning, of New York, has presented, unequivocally, the greatest book on flame ignition engines ever written. Literally, nothing compares with the scholarly breadth and depth of his research, and the clarity of his written word. The overall quality of the prese...

May 18, 2019

My dad, Tim Keenan, has been interested in mechanical things since he was a little chap. We spent many happy rally days when my brother, sister and I were young in England, taking our stationary engines out to rallies all over the south of the country on summer weekend...

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