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Hi Mr English,

Welcome !!

The engine is a Rosebury, a very common engine in Australia . Lots of pics on Google.

Baltic Simplex Rebadged other makes of engines usually for Dairy use.

You should find parts easy for it out of Australia. I have a wreck but I don?t think there is anything left worth having on it.  Keep an eye out on eBay Australia.

I wonder how it ended up over there ?

Cheers Justin
Hey guys, thanks for accepting me to join.

We're in the UK and have a few listers and an Amanco hired man, and came across a baltic simplex 3hp on eBay- it's a very rare engine over here it seems, and missing a few bits as shown in photos - we're planning to fabricate a new inlet / exhaust manifold And graft on a lister D carb due to lack of proper parts here and already have a magneto here for it.

Is it a particularly rare engine in Australia? And can anyone give me a rough idea what year it is? I'm guessing 1938 - 46 from my research but it would be great to know for sure.

Will be collecting it next weekend and will post pics if anyone's interested as I restore it.
Tractors / Re: Cropmaster
« Last post by cobbadog on 12 July, 2020, 09:46:52 pm »
Thank you very much Steve, I have replied with thanks.
General Discussion / Re: Moruya Club Engine Shed.
« Last post by cobbadog on 12 July, 2020, 09:45:49 pm »
What a great result. Hopefully more will survive with help for parts from us all.
General Discussion / Re: Moruya Club Engine Shed.
« Last post by famous fitter on 12 July, 2020, 07:58:52 pm »
Hi Rob,

That?s great to see the southern cross back in action , it will be a long road rebuilding The rest of them but well worth it.

Please post on here if you need parts for the engines you are fixing - you never know what we all got laying about or what could Be on offer to help.

Make sure the members celebrate every little milestone to keep up enthusiasm.

Cheers and best wishes - Justin

General Discussion / Re: Moruya Club Engine Shed.
« Last post by Triumphline on 12 July, 2020, 05:43:29 pm »
That looks fantastic. Great work. It is nice to see something positive in these troubled times.
General Discussion / Re: Moruya Club Engine Shed.
« Last post by Gerilgambeth on 12 July, 2020, 05:17:22 pm »
Well the Phoenix has started  rising.
One of our members, Robert Hope, took the remains of our clubs Farm Pumper under his wing, took it home and has re-restored it.
This is  the first of many, we hope.
Tractors / Re: Cropmaster
« Last post by wee-allis on 12 July, 2020, 08:52:32 am »

Cobba, Sent you a message.
Stationary Engines / Re: Needed flywheel
« Last post by tractorfan on 11 July, 2020, 08:44:39 pm »
The auction has been postponed. There were a lot of interesting items listed. If it were me after the flywheel, I'd approach the vendor before-hand with your very, very best offer. If the auctioneer won't reveal the ID of the seller, then I know a couple collectors in the area that will know who is selling. I'm happy to help, however I can.
Tractors / Re: Austin Tractor 1922
« Last post by cobbadog on 10 July, 2020, 10:36:45 pm »
Thats not a bad price for the quantity.
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