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1903De-Dion Bouton

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colin hawes11/09/2010 16:08:17
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Lots of tech info wanted to facilitate construction of a1903 De-Dion working model car.Please can anyone provide engine cam & follower details? Any other info on all parts of this car would also be appreciated.    
Stub Mandrel11/09/2010 17:19:47
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Is this the car where the follower travels in a groove that is cut around the flywheel in a sort of cross-over arrangement?
If so I am sure I have seen a description of how someone made one in an old ME.
Let me know and I will have a look for you.
Vapeur8911/09/2010 17:48:34
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may be these links could help
This italian museum owns a 1903 De Dion
French club with an english version of the site
English club
This man sells casting may he got a lot of data on de dion

colin hawes01/10/2010 17:50:28
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Thanks guys, you have pointed me in the right direction.The"old crocks", I mean veteran cars, London to Brighton run is not too far off and I'm sure to get some more info there.    
Dave Martin02/10/2010 09:59:31
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It may be worth talking to The Engineer's Emporium who list a De Dion 1903 engine kit
(no connection, just came across their site whilst folowing a link in another thread on this site this morning!)

Edited By Dave Martin on 02/10/2010 10:01:27

colin hawes02/10/2010 10:22:41
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Good idea dave, you are right The Engineers Emporium do have a De-dion engine listed in another scale.
                          Thanks, Colin

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