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512-D with sweeper, upgrades and modifications

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sjoemie himself

Thanks @kpinnc sleep did it's thing!


Snooped around on the internet this afternoon and found a webstore in England/Great Britain that seems to have the parts that I (might) need in stock.

Things like piston, connecting rod, cylinder, camshaft, bearings etc. Depending on which parts I need I think the engine might be salvageable.

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