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Post by GrahamNZ on Wed Dec 19 2018, 22:52

Hi I was on before but of course lost everything. I just play around with Villers engines after buying a rotovator a few years ago with a MK 10 on it. Got bitten by it and now have Mk 10s,12s,15s,20s,25s and now a 40 Except for the 25s and 40 they have all had a birthday. The one of the 25s is an ex hospital generator back machine and is excellent mechanical with good tin work, it purrs. I also have a pallet full of rescued motors with some good spares. With site help I have got the 40 going and it trucks along pretty good, no smoke , steady speed. I will retire soon and have a good play in the garage Cheers Merry Xmas hope your stockings are full Very Happy

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Post by Robotstar5 on Wed Dec 19 2018, 23:01

Hi Graham, welcome aboard.

My first engine was a Villiers C12, but one is not enough as you have found out Very Happy I'm now into double figures too.

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Post by Woodsman on Thu Dec 20 2018, 10:29

Hi Graham and welcome to the forum.
My first engine, which I still have, was a Villiers MK10.
Post a few pics of your collection when you have a minute.


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Post by chiefy on Thu Dec 20 2018, 10:43

Hi Graham welcome,
You will find tons of info on the forum and helpful people, i too am a Villiers fan 4 strokes and a WX11 hopper cooled i also have a couple of BSAs one a generator have fun.
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