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CONGRATS ARNOLD !!! :bow: :bow:
It is a nice looking elbow engine another for my need to my hand at some day list.
 

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Lakc said:
Really bad pun for a very beautiful engine. :bow: :bow:
Jeff,

My apologies if my sense of humour does not match your expectations. :-[

Best Regards
Bob
 

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Once again, thanks very much everyone :)

That's great, I'm glad you elbowed your way to the top of the page.
Rof} Rof} Rof} - I must have had the right angle!

Kind regards, Arnold

PS: Ronald, I'm honoured by seeing your first post on HMEM in this thread. When did you finish the Tiny in your avatar? - it looks great Thm:!
 

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Arnold, that is the prettiest elbow engine I've ever seen. Well done and congratulations.

Orrin
 

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Congratulations Arnold,beautifull work. :bow:.SO, wats next?

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Knew the recognition would be along sometime!!! Very happy for you. :D
Congrats,
Dad
 

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Congratulations Arnold! Well deserved. I always enjoy watching your work...whether engines or tools. Always excellent work and always inspiring.
 

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Well done Arnold,will have a go when the temp rises a bit.
Don
 

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Hi Arnold

Sorry I'm a bit late but very well done :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:


Cheers

Rich
 

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Nice job on the elbow engine..... I built one very similar to it years ago as a college machine shop project, great memories!

Robert
 

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Rich, Robert - Thank You!

Kind regards, Arnold
 

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Well Done Arnold!! A beautiful example of an interesting engine.

Kel
 

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Arnold

I've been looking at the engine on top of the page for a while now, before realizing that I had not
taken the time to add my congrats to the thread....

so, in the better late than never way of thinking,

Congrats! ;D

(Nice work, as we have come to expect from you Thm:)

Joe
 

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Dean, Kel & Joe - Thank you!
:big: Joe, I didn't know about the expectations - Thank you! - I'll have to try even harder now! ;D
Kind regards, Arnold
 

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rake60 said:
Congratulations to Arnold for his build of the Elbow Engine being chosen as the
December Project of the Month.


Arnold,

Congratulations.

I have been occupied with overhauling a boat and other distractions.

Not sure when I will be back to this hobby.

Get up the good work.

Merry Christmas to all.

SAM
 

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Thank you very much Sam :) - and a Merry Christmas to you and your family (and anyone else who happens to read this) as well!
Looking forward to your return to some model engine building when you do Thm: - your wooden beam engine must be getting lonely by now ;)
Kind regards, Arnold
 

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I would like to echo the sentiments of others on your build. It is a beautiful design... elegant, deceivingly simple, and easy to understand, although I'm sure there is much more to the build than meets the eye. It is an intriguing engine. I only hope that someday I can accomplish something so well. Keep up the great work!
 
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