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One of my unusal bits .again ive had a lot of years and gets more interest than anything else in my collection

Made by Robinson s of Winchester.
Paul mackellow also now owns one with a hedge cutter attachment of which we usually display these

machines together and both run except mine is very temperamental unlike pauls.

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Plenty more unusual machines in my collection ian so watch this space mate .oh and I d ont think the moles have got too

much to worry about as it takes me ages to get it to start .better off doing the garden by hand .
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Nice collection there Steve thumbup.gif

 

Any chance of a photo of the gen set that goes with the lamp at the end.

Reason I ask is that I've got a little genset  that looks very similar and often wondered what it was for. confused.gif

 

Andy

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Nice collection there Steve thumbup.gif

 

Any chance of a photo of the gen set that goes with the lamp at the end.

Reason I ask is that I've got a little genset  that looks very similar and often wondered what it was for. confused.gif

 

Andy

Hi andy im afraid the gen set doesn't belong to me but im not sure if mr mack has any other pics.

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No worries Steve, may get round to photographing mine and posting it under the 'what's this' category.

 

Looks to me like these motorised devices you collect look potentially painful and would have been of use during the Spanish Inquisition!

 

Thanks

 

Andy

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Here's the chassis of Jobber Number 2...

 

And with a few more minor bits (engine) added yesterday evening...


The engine parts are part of a collection of Jap 34cc engine bits that I bought a while back, I still need to source a

petrol tank cap and a pair of the small metal wheels like the ones fitted to the Landmaster Gardenmaster 34, if

anyone can help please get in touch, ta

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Carb now on Jobber 2 and a strengthening plate made up to stop chassis flex,

 

Suitable handle next on the agenda, hopefully Steve d has a petrol tank cap that will do the job  :fingerscrossed:

 

Here's a couple of photos from today with less surrounding clutter... :)

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