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Buzzacot Engine

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Buzzacot engine Owned by Bill Swindells, Gladstone.

Bill looked around for a fair while for a small engine he could use for the Gladstone club  engine running days.

I never  got around to compiling details on this  little engine.  But  I can tell you that  the water tank  (cooling system) on this little ripper has been used  several times   to keep a pot of tea warm on  a cold  or wet engine running day,  a simple matter of floating   a small  Tea-Pot in the Buzzacots water tank.

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