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an old stuart (10) ?

any information on this engine

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robert douglas29/07/2011 12:28:54
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hi there everybody
i am looking to find out any information on this model engine, it has the dimentions of the stuart v10 but the castings are in the style of the stuart No1, any information would be most appreachiated, i have posted a few photos under the heading rabs photos
cheers rab
JasonB29/07/2011 16:46:03
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First thoughts were it was not a Stuart but something else that had just had a poorly sized Stuart valve chest cover fitted but this one on Station Road looks the same, worth a call to see if they ever found out what it is.
ronnie barker30/07/2011 11:33:53
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i maybe able to help as i aslo have one of these engines.
the first engine i built when i was 16 was a stuart 10v then i found out that there was a model engineer in the same village as me and i went to see him with the 10v in my hand, he told me he used to live right by stuart turner before he moved to shropshire.
james gave me a set of castings which he said stuart had made because the no1 was quie heavy and costly for some customers so they made a smaller size of it but it didnt really catch on and only afew sets were ever made.
i think my valve chest cover plate hasnt got a 's' on it but i cant remember also mine had the base.
hope this is of help

Edited By ronnie barker on 30/07/2011 11:34:33

Brian01/08/2011 10:26:12
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I'm sure its a Stuart No 1 if the overall height is 13 inches, the 10v is only 6 inches and has a diferent structure.

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