13 Jun, 2011

Webster Engine – Complete

Posted by: Raynerd In: Webster Engine

Here is the Webster engine nearly finished as it stood last week.

I`ve since got it running much better, I`ve got a name plate mounted and I`ve got the petrol tank on there. Only thing missing now is the very very bottom cover with velvet lining and then a video of it running which I`ll post in the next few weeks.

1 Response to "Webster Engine – Complete"

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September 13th, 2011 at 4:13 am


[...] himself with some excellent machining skills. Working in brass and steel, he’s replicated Webster Engines, and produced some rather nifty metal [...]

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  • Steve Richardson: Pretty cool stuff! I work with some real talented machinists and they are gonna dig your website!
  • Mike: Hi.where did you purchase the plate from. Been looking for a good stockist. I love your idea and would like to make one for my boxford. Also, sorry
  • Ron Rickett: Chris, a few questions for you if you can find the time to answer. I have a PC PSU that I would like to use for something and noticed that you think

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