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Old 11-19-2010, 07:46 AM   #1
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Gardner Engines

Please,

my sons and I have a small business restoring Gardner engines.*** We will delighted to help anyone who has a problem with a Gardner engine, with parts or a restoration.

More details are available from www.tangent-engineering.co.uk

I have attached an example of our work: a 3LW (53.5bhp at 1700rpm).**

Thanks a lot.
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RE: Gardner Engines

Hiya,
** Nice clean looking build.* Sorta makes me wish I had one or two myself.
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Yes, everyone should have one really.** When cleaned up they look really nice in the centre of a drawing room, or even a large kitchen!

Children's play groups should have them, to be used as climbing frames.**

Really, the list is endless.

As to fitting them in boats - well, they are the bees knees.* A 5LW pushes our old 50ton barge along at one helluva lick.** Elegance personified.*

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RE: Gardner Engines

Joe,
What U doin here, U know these Yanks know nutin about Gardners.
Mind you once they have had a look at a couple of yours some of them may take a keener interest.
Got a nice 6LXB for show and sell.
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Joe,

Hello Benn, thanks for the response.

What U doin here, U know these Yanks know nutin about Gardners.

Well, if they can get to the moon, they can suss Gardners! ** They are a very** simple engine, as you know.

Mind you once they have had a look at a couple of yours some of them may take a keener interest.
Got a nice 6LXB for show and sell.

Sorry, Benn - is this a statement or a question?
As you can see, I've not quite got the hang of replying to threads on here yet
Forgive the formatting.

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