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Old 25-03-17, 09:10 AM   #11
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Just read through your CS thread Jamie; don't know why I missed it the first time (it was when I was leaving the RAF and starting a new job). Very interesting, a lovely engine that deserves to get taken out. ...and obviously my original suggestion to work with paint stripper worked nicely.

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Old 25-03-17, 09:27 AM   #12
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It did Martin, it was a slow old job but worth while. I've recently been selling more odds and ends on Ebay and now have some more funds to start throwing at another project. I'm trying to decide between National MA and Blackstone springer but the old CS wont take much, just a bit of steel, wood and plumbing.
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