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Old March 18th 11, 03:20 AM
moffit moffit is offline
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Default Lawrance Radial engine for APU

I have a Lawrance L-64 radial engine 5 cylinder that I believe was used as an APU in the B-29?? It has a tag attached that stated it was prepared for storage in 1948. (it is a little hard to read)

This link has a photo of a similar motor:

http://www.powerofthepast.org/lawrance_l64.jpg

Does anyone know what it might be worth?
Anyone interested....It is in good shape, complete with magnetos and carb.
Missing two parts that I do not know. Has an exhaust pipe too.

thanks
 




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