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Bradford Engine

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picture2  Bradford Engine –  Owner  Wayne Jensen, Biloela –

This engine was manufactured by the Bradford Gas Engine Cp Ltd at Shiply, Yorkshire, UK. Not a commonly found engine.  Engine was redesigned in 1928 and this engine was sold  for around 26 years. Was one of the first engines to have an enclosed crankcase. This engine was also made for other companies.  Serial no: 11 988 and placed at the end of the crankshaft.

Water cooled from a hopper, Power approx 2 HP  Bore of 7″ stroke of 4″

Magneto Ignition Wico type ‘EK’ No E79633. Made by Wiko Electric Company, Perivale Middlesex, England

Engine designed to srart on petrol and then to run on kerosene. Purchased from Les Maluga, Ambrose, June

 

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