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Old 12-06-18, 05:02 PM   #61
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That's kind of true, Martin, but most were built in factories owned and run by Associated. Post-1926 they started buying built engines from other makers but insisted there was a plate with the 'Associated' brand visible. This was predominantly for the European market and often appeared in the form of a crank case door with the word Amanco on it as seen on some Bradfords and some of the French engines.

I suppose they went full circle really as the first Associated engines were Sherman Smiths but with a small brass tag fitted.

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Old 12-06-18, 06:12 PM   #62
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(snip) Surely because of the name, all Amanco's were badge engineered engines
By 'badge engineered' I mean engines made by other companies but marketed under the Amanco name. In the case of the one under discussion, it looks to be one of the marine engines bought in from the DuBrie Motor Co.

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Old 12-06-18, 11:12 PM   #63
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Below is a link to some of the pictures that I took over the weekend. There are a load more pictures, but I'm struggling to upload them all.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/3F4R95cDfb4drNja6
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Old 13-06-18, 09:46 AM   #64
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Thanks for the pics - a great selection of engines.

Talking of badge engineering, not seen a Bradford 'Victoria' before.

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Old 13-06-18, 03:57 PM   #65
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Thanks for posting the pictures, can someone identify this one please.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/F6xG2PGqBMDpERie9

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Its an approx 1/8 scale model of a 400hp Snow double acting tandem engine.
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Its an approx 1/8 scale model of a 400hp Snow double acting tandem engine.
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Old 13-06-18, 07:26 PM   #68
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Old 14-06-18, 11:12 PM   #69
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Thanks for posting the picture's , certainly looked like a great rally.
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