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1955 Gardner 3LW

Gardner 3LW - Year of Manufacture May 1955
This 1955 built Gardner 3LW. 47hp @ 1500rpm, spent around thirty years buried in a barn before arriving with us. The engine underwent a total restoration and completion to its future owners required specification which included PRM500 gearbox and 24 volt alternator and electric start.

To see a video of this engine running after overhaul click here

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1967 Samofa 2S108

Samofa 2S108- Year of Manufacture 1967

Samofa 2S108 Marine. 30hp @ 1500rpm. Although a running engine when purchased by the owner this engine had been sat for some years, because of this the engine was with us for strip, inspection and overhaul. however, a change of plans for the owner (second hand boat instead of a new one) means this beautiful engine is now available. Completed with 12v electric start, 12v 175 Amp Iskra alternator, Gear driven Jabsco coolant pump, modern fuel filter and its original 2:1 reduction gearbox this engine type makes an ideal power plant for a tradition narrowboat. Sharing many components with its cousin the Gardner 2LW it is a similar engine but without the premium the 2LW's cost.

To see a video of this engine running after overhaul click here

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1935 Kromhout Gardner 3LW

Kromhout Gardner 3LW - Year of Manufacture May 1935

This 1935 built Kromhout Gardner 3LW, 36hp @ 1200rpm, originally powered a dutch bus. This engine is a very early example of the Gardner LW series engines that were built under licence from L.Gardner & Sons by Kromhout Motoren Fabriek in Holland and underwent a total restoration and conversion to marine specification Including 2:1 ratio PRM 280 gearbox.

To see a video of this engine running after overhaul click here

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1936 Gardner 2L2

Gardner 2L2 - Year of Manufacture 1936

Engine current condition - Undergoing Restoration

1936 built Gardner 2L2, 19hp @ 1000 rpm. Originally supplied as a generator set engine to civil engineers Holland, Hannen and Cubitts in Sussex. Prior to the current owners purchasing the engine it was removed from its generator and ancillaries. This engine came to MPS for completion of its restoration as the current owner has been struggling for time to complete this beautiful piece of Gardner engineering. The engine was completed to show condition before returning to the owners private collection.

To see a video of this engine running after overhaul click here

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1960 Dorman 3LB

Dorman 3LB - Year of Manufacture approx 1960

1960 built Dorman 3LB. 47hp @ 1500rpm, Originally powering a Jones crane this engine underwent a major overhaul and conversion to marine specification.

Although a less sought after traditional narrowboat engine these Dorman's are probably the best sounding of all the engines we do, with its long stroke each firing stroke is well defined and gives that sound that will get passers by asking what engine it is.

This engine was completed with 2:1 ratio PRM 280 gearbox and Twin 175A alternators.

To see a video of this engine running after overhaul click here

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Samofa 2S108

Samofa 2S108 - Year of Manufacture TBC

Samofa 2S108. 20hp @ 1000rpm, This engine had been sent to us for investigation due to a long period in storage and marinisation for use in a narrowboat. The engine was completed ready for a PRM gearbox and fitted with electric start, jabsco water pump conversion and 12v 175amp alternator.

To see a video of this engine running on arrival at MPS click here

To see a video of this engine running after overhaul click here

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