2 thoughts on “CTM 035 2”

  1. Note a)
    The ‘Whittle’ fan belt – a useful idea as the front engine mounting would have to be disconnected to replace a continuous belt.

    b) the ignition timing mark on the vibration damper highlighted for the mechanic who fits the engine

  2. number 393 looks like a Silver Crest and the first photo also looks like an early photo of a silver crest engine. It doesn’t appear to show the cam followers cover and my 1937 model does not have the covers.

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