Update on my Simar 35

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    rollomk6
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    Evening all
    Just thought I would put some pictures of My Simar 35 Rototiller after completing a Engine rebuild It now starts first pull and plays sweet music to me and my Neighbours Ha Ha It was a lovely sunny day here so put a coat of owatroil preserver on it and it looks good so here are some pictures

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    rollomk6
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    Hi some more pictures from todays work

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    charlie
    Keymaster

    Looking very good.

    #37448

    andyfrost
    Participant

    Superb , just how I like to see a machine , lovely original look.

    Andy.

    #37458

    roatavator
    Participant

    Really nice. I really must take an oily rag to mine!
    She’s been sitting inaccessible behind other machines under cover, for over 18 months. Shame on me!

    #37459

    hdtrust
    Participant

    Dear Andy
    With best respect, that is certainly not original condition, would you buy a car with paint missing brand new from a showroom!
    More like working condition but admittedly very nice!
    I suspect all the neighbours had interference on their radios!

    #37460

    john-e-w
    Participant

    I must admit I’m not familiar with these machines – what is the cooking pot on the top of the petrol tank?

    John E-W

    #37464

    charlie
    Keymaster

    John, the ‘cooking pot’ on top of fuel tank is an oil bath air filter. Additional air filtering is provided by oil soaked wood shavings (the long thin ones used as packing material) in the inlet tube. These machines originate from Switzerland and are built to a very high standard. Geo Monro sold the earlier models and in 1948 started producing the model 56 under licence, they went on to produce the smaller model 35.

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