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1955 Crossley 16hp diesel engine serial no. 145173. This was an instructional engine used at Chesterfield College of Technology

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anson   [Apr 10, 2006 at 09:25 AM]
I have discovered a similar engine located near Weston, Staffs. The engine looks similar, but has twin flywheels, and is rated at 12-13 BHP. It is Parafin Start, Diesel Run. The engine had not run for 6 years, but a few days work, and I managed to get it to going, albiet briefly. Would very much apprichiate any information you could provide, to help us through the restoration of this engine. Joe Fuller
anson   [Apr 10, 2006 at 09:29 AM]
Hello, looks amazing. Im and writing this comment actually because I have the 12 horsepower hd4 model with twin flywheels. I actually hauled it out of its resting place yesterday and everything seems to be working on it . We will probably try and start it within the week with a little maintainence. however one of the sight glasses for the oil going to the piston is broken. Would you know where I can get one? or where I can get any material on this engine. My father was the last one to use this engine ove...

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