Tuesday, 11 September 2012

The engine block from the other side with some of the sub assemblies removed. 
The sump removed reveals the decades of sludge deposits. 
Looking up into the engine from the sump, fortunately everything looks lubricated
and not rusted. 
Another view of the sludge, in most cases this sludge actually preserves the components, better to find this than rust. 
Another view of the side of the engine. 
Removing the starter motor. 
Here the manifolds have been removed. 
Removal of the magneto on the left and the water pump on the right. 
The engine block looking more bare. 
Here are the inlet and exhaust manifolds removed.

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