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Maurice25/11/2009 17:23:16
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I am currently rebuilding an old Stuart No1 engine. It has all Whitworth threads which Stuarts ceased to use in 1945. It bears a very robust nameplate saying     "T H CLARK    MAKER".  Has anyone any idea who Mr. Clark was, and when he built the engine? It shows signs of more than one pair of hands having worked on it.

Edited By Maurice Cox on 25/11/2009 17:24:30

ken heppener26/11/2009 12:47:33
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Hi Maurice....Is there any chance of you posting a picture of the old engine....I'd be very interested to see it....I cannot help with your enquiry but good luck, I'm sure you'll get the answers on here....Some very clever chaps hereabouts....Regards Ken. 
Maurice26/11/2009 22:47:38
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Certainly. It's in bits at the moment, but I did photograph it before I dismantled it, as a record of how it looked. May take a day or so, as I have a few things going on at the moment. Thanks for your interest.
Maurice.
Maurice30/11/2009 18:19:00
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I have posted a picture of the old Stuat No1 in case it helps. I hope so.
Maurice

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