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Herbiev

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Magnificent engine. From the angle of the photo it looks like it could power the house:D
 

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Congratulations Pete, a well-deserved award for a beautiful engine.

Jim
 

metalmad

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Thanks Guys Thm:
Well it must be true, every dog does have its daywoohoo1woohoo1woohoo1woohoo1
im honoured .
Pete
 

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Great looking engine. Congrats

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Your Wallaby is a very nice piece of work. Contgratulations!

Regards,

Chuck
 

Ramon

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Impressive work Pete. Congratulations on a fine piece of work Thm:Thm:

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Ken I

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Very nice engine Pete - and a spectacularly long build thread.

See where a little piece every day gets you.

Well done & well deserved.

Regards,
Ken
 

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Beautiful engine in every sense, well done Pete and well deserved.

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Outstanding Pete, well done indeed. A great little runner. Thm::bow:woohoo1
 

metalmad

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Thanks guys
well my 5 minutes of Fame and glory are just about up, so I want to thank everyone who enjoyed the Wallaby journey with me :)
I'm in the process of making some molds for the block of my next project at the moment, but don't really want to start a build log until I have a firmer idea of what I'm doing.
This will be my first attempt at casting up my own engine block.:fan:
Pete
 
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