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Old 03-03-17, 07:40 PM   #1
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The book starts at No 9 and runs to No 380, but there are engines noted after that to No 402, but not detailed.

Other books have blank entries which I have noted or ignored, but small notes suggest that these may have been real entries.

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H2M/9 02/10/1953 To H2M380** 15/09/1966 **Goes to #402

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Does that mean that my H2Y with serial number 5 is the oldest Stuart H2M in preservation ? The next lowest serial number I know off is No. 111.
Could the numbers up to No. 9 be a kind of preproduction run and is this the reason for the much different oilsump that is on my engine ?
Please let me know if you know of H2M engines with low serial numbers.
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