Cirrus 4 cylinder and ST 9 pump

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RonGinger

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Ok, I admit it, I will never get all my casting kits built so its time to sell some of them. I have just posted the Cirrus 4 Cylinder kit on ebay, item number 161088587768

I also listed a Stuart turner no 9 feed pump kit as number 161088583617

Ive still got more than I can ever build, but I cant decide which I want to build

ron ginger
 

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Ok, I admit it, I will never get all my casting kits built so its time to sell some of them. I have just posted the Cirrus 4 Cylinder kit on ebay, item number 161088587768

I also listed a Stuart turner no 9 feed pump kit as number 161088583617

Ive still got more than I can ever build, but I cant decide which I want to build

ron ginger
Keep them all and let your estate sell them at Cabin Fever! 😜😜😜

Seriously though these kits seem to be harder to come by each year, you never know when your interests might turn to a specific engine. I know this sounds like the mentality of a hoarder, but at least when it comes to selling tools I've kicked myself in the butt a couple of times. So I look at as not so much hoarding as not letting go of something I might need, a lesson learned the hard way.
 

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Ditto!!!

Never sell tools or guns! You'll always wish you had them back!
Generally true but one gun I got rid of I don't mis. A rifle is a bit useless if it isn't accurate. Growing up around woodchuck hunters and ex snipers you will get laughed at if you mis regularly.

As for tools yeah you will mis them and frankly buying replacements is seldom as cost effective as keeping the old units around.
 
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