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Restoration of an 1944 Luftwaffe Inverter Engine U17

Discussion in 'Military Vehicle Restoration' started by Hecke, Feb 18, 2016.

  1. Hecke

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    Here is one more
     

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    Nice.
     
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    Its already painted with clearcoat,now i have to Put everything on the right place again...hope IT will work
     
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    Good luck! Waiting for report on the progress.
     
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    another engine with the german eagle plus swastika is on its way.....
     
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    You did a tremendous job on that one!
     
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    IT wasnt that Hard to repair it..a second,but different looking Engine is in the way.
    IT seems to have the old swastika
    eagle

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    I'm very pleased that you managed to make it work again. Good job!
     
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    Thanks..its always good to See old stuff running
     
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    Good luck with restaurating this one!
     
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    Thanks..just 1 or 2 more days and the Engine is fully restored.....
     
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    Its fixed and working again.runs very well
     
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    No one will believe, well maybe Jeff, how hard it is to find a

    1944 Luftwaffe Inverter Engine U17 can be in East Alabama !

    Great post, I use to love to tinker with electric and gas motors and engines. Glad you are restoring them.
     
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    Im selling this one as i reveived some other engines wich are much better
     

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