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Andy_C26/03/2020 19:33:41
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Does anyone recognise this engine? Many thanks in advance.

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Redsetter26/03/2020 19:40:11
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It looks like a Stuart no. 8.

JasonB26/03/2020 19:42:31
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I'd say Stuart No8

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Andy_C26/03/2020 19:55:36
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Flywheel is 3 1/2 dia. The green sole plate is 7” long but it sits on the longer black bed which Is made of wood and 9” long. Many thanks for the replies having googled No. 8 and Jason’s link I think it fits the description as a Stuart No. 8. I wonder why they didn’t cast the ‘S’ into the steam chest cover?

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JasonB26/03/2020 20:06:17
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They have not always had the "S" on the chest, not sure when it was introduced to the range. Or could simply have been a chilled casting and not used on your example.

Andy_C26/03/2020 20:08:11
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Many thanks everyone - such swift and helpful replies. Now gives me something to base restoration on.

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