heb623
2012-09-03T13:26:24Z
Saw these remains of "something" today in someone's garage!!
No clue what it is!!!:oops:
Can somebody tell?

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nicolass
2012-09-03T16:30:40Z
Yes i can tell, you dont buy it ?
mrmagyar
2012-09-03T16:54:52Z
The company of Fritz Heinzmann is still going strong in Germamy. They make all kinds of speed governors. That's whats on the front of the engine. The smaller plate shows where to fill it with oil via the hex plug. The engine itself looks to have some sort of handle or lever to engage something with the drive pulley. It would be interesting to see it in the flesh!
1949 Belgian Standard
1955 UK RHD De Luxe
mrmagyar
2012-09-03T16:57:47Z
I'd buy it!
1949 Belgian Standard
1955 UK RHD De Luxe
heb623
2012-09-03T21:28:03Z
nicolass wrote:

Yes i can tell, you dont buy it ?




Yes Nicolass I would you to tell me what it is!!
In Dutch please because all that technical spoken English sounds like Chinese to me, ok?

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Is it worth something or shall I spend my money on something else?
I ’ll never regret the things I did wrong!
I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
heb623
2012-09-04T07:26:23Z
nicolass wrote:

Yes i can tell, you dont buy it ?



Thanks to Nicolass I now know that the engine was used in a boat!!:omg:
With the available 34 HP not a ship in the size of the Titanic
but more like a little boat to make a "cruise" on the pond of my Japanese Garden!!:rofl:

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The answer on your question in your P.M.KEEP YOUR FINGERS CROSSED!!! 😶
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I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
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