For Sale: 2"
scale Fowler Z7 Compound Ploughing (Traction) Engine
Up for sale is a Very Rare 2 inch scale Fowler Z7
compound ploughing engine built to the highly detailed John
Haining's "Superba" design. This ploughing engine is the
work of a prolific engineer who has worked on many other
engines including very complex detailed locomotives,
stationary, and portable types.
The engine is silky
smooth to push along. It's run well and steam freely at low
pressure. It has been steamed on a few occasion by the
builder but largely on display. The engine has TIG-welded
copper boiler with 90 psi working pressure, feed by injector
and mechanical pump. Cylinders are cast iron with slide
valves actuated by Firth radial valve gear. It also has the
It's a monster engine, even in
2 inch scale it's huge, over four feet long and a four man
lift. There aren't many completed 2" Fowler ploughing
engines in the world, and certainly not in such high level
of working details. An engine like this would take a life
time to build.
Note: full size drawing plan and working lamps front
& rear are included in this sale.
Buyer pays for crating
& shipping costs from Huntington Beach, CA. Contact me.
Exhibition Quality OB Triple Expansion
(You won't see
something like this for sale again)
Up for sale is an exhibition standard Model O B Bolton Triple
Expansion Reversing and Surface Condensing Marine steam engine
with air pump. This engine was built by a highly experienced
model engineer that has his name on many engines showing at the
Model Engineering Exhibition in London over the past decade.
The model is built to a very high quality and distinctly its
self-starting at very low pressure (~3 psi) in both directions.
This engine is rather rare, intricate and impressive as most
triple expansion engines are display as builder have found it
difficult to get them running on low pressure, certainly not at
The engine with cylinders 7/8th in. 1-1/4 & 1-3/4
inch bores by 1-1/4 inch stroke, cylinder head pressure relief
valves, drain cocks and pipes, IP valve spindle tail shaft
guide, main stop valve, hand wheel and worm gear operated
Stephenson's link reverse, frame incorporated slipper-type
crosshead guides, LP crosshead driven air pump, six main
bearings with oilers, disc drive wheel, rear frame mounted
condenser and pipework, cast bed and polished hardwood base. The
model is finished in green paintwork with polished bright work.
Width 11 inch x Height 8.7 inch.
Here is a video I
$10,000. Buyer pays for crating &
shipping costs from Huntington Beach, CA. Contact me.
1/12 Scale Windermere Steam Launch
1/12 Scale Model Windermere Steam Launch
(52" x 11")
This is a complete scratch built 1/12 Scale
Model Windermere Steam Launch named the Lady Nicole. It was
built by Mr. Alan Luckett who has won numerous competitions for
his super wood work at Windermere Steam Boat Festivals,
Blackpool Shows, and Model Boat Convention. His boats are second
This particular model has no expense spared, the
hull is gel coat fiberglass with no maintenance problems. It has
won the many awards in gold and silver, as well as best in shows
and many more. It is built to a very high standard with working
lights and etc. This boat is equipped with Hemmens Max II steam
plant (very rare collectable, and highly sold after). The steam
plant in this boat is relatively new it has not been broken-in
yet. The boiler is fed by a water feed pump supplied from the
tank in the bow. With all that, the steam plant is already worth
The quality of this boat can't be seen
anywhere. This is second to none. It is an eye catcher on any
lake. This boat is by far the best I have in my collection.
CONDITION: This boat is a private collection, some minor
wear and tear is very normal. The boiler and engine are still in
100% working condition. Servos and Receiver are still like new.
Watch this short video made not too long ago:
$7,000 Buyer pays for crating &
shipping costs from Huntington Beach, CA. Contact me.
Exhibition Class Steam Plant
Reduced to $4,000
Up for sale is a magnificent . This steam
plant was built by a world renown models, Martin Baylis. It has
an incredible set up and finish. It has only been steamed 2 or 3
Martin Baylis Triple Complete Steam Plant
comprising of a Kingdon style vertical boiler (extremely rare),
three cylinder steam engine, engine driven feed pump, gas tank,
oil separator tank and feed water reservoir. The unit is mounted
on an anodised aluminium plate with rubber feet.
a short video I made couple months ago:
Reduced to $4,000
California. Contact me.
Up for sale is the Fenby Corliss
Valve Engine built by Anthony Mount himself, a world-renowned
model builder. This model is built to a very high standard, an
accurate representation of the Fenby Corliss Valve built by
Greenwood and Batley of Leeds in 1880.
exceptional in build quality from the engine itself to the base
that it sits on. Every single nut and bolt is hand fabricated by
Anthony Mount. Needless to say it beautiful in every way.
Below is video of it running recently, as you could see the
engine self started at very low pressure and ran beautifully.
Height: 10 1/2"
Width: 23 1/2"
Flywheel diameter: 9"
Weight 30 Lbs.
$4,500. California. Contact me.
Exhibition Standard Table Beam Engine
Exhibition standard table beam engine, a superb showpiece –
perfect for displaying in a large room or hallway – has the
“WOW” factor. It’s built by the late John G. S. Clarke, a
world-renowned designer and builder of the original Polly
5”gauge locomotives that has been sold worldwide.
a very special piece as every single part including nuts sand
bolts are custom fabricated per the drawing of Anthony Mount.
There no materials or casting were supplied for this engine. I
suspect that there may be only two of this Farcots Table Engine
in the world; A. Mount himself built the other one.
Measures: 23" long, 14" wide, 22" high.
1/6 scale Burrell Gold Medal
2 inch scale Burrell Gold Medal tractor
Up for sale is an exhibition standard 2
inch scale Burrell Gold Medal tractor, built over a ten year
period by a highly experienced engineer. A tractor with this
quality is very rare. This one is my favorite tractor, it
currently lights up a shelf in my office but the arrival of
something large and magnificent means that I've hit my toy quota
and something has to go.
Overall Length: 30"
Overall Width: 12"
Diameter of Flywheel: 6"
Weight: ~85 lbs
Commercially built silver soldered copper
boiler by R.Chambers, 80 psi working pressure. Cast iron
cylinder with slide valve actuated by Stephenson's gear, pole
reverser. Mechanical lubricator, Pickering governor and whistle
mounted on cylinder block. Water lifted mounted on offside belly
tank. Three shaft, two speed transmission with differential,
winch behind nearside rear wheel with fairleads on tender.
Flywheel brake and screw down parking brake acting on rear
Test steamed when first built, it has been
run on air since. Nicely painted and well detailed, it's even
got a scale hammer in the toolbox.
Here is the video of its last run:
to $6,500 California. Contact me.
Whitmore Fixed Steam Engine
Whitmore Fixed Steam Engine measures:
12"long, 14"wide, 11"high.
This engine is an exhibition
standard and built by John G. S.Clarke, the designer and builder
of the original Polly 5”gauge locomotives - sold worldwide - in
both kit and fully assembled form, from their premises in North
It is built from drawings by Anthony Mount based
on the original 1870 s engine, the base of the engine being of
circular form and supporting a single cylinder with steam valve
on top operated by an eccentric linkage from the centre of the
engine. The twin belt drive wheels are mounted horizontally on a
table supported by reeded columns with matching column
supporting the watts type speed governor having shut-off linkage
to steam inlet. The engine has an unusual vertical crank shaft
with cross-head guides and brass oiler cups. The original engine
was designed by Whitmore and Sons of Wickham Market, Suffolk,
and was exhibited at the International Exhibition at South
Kensington in 1862, where it gained an exhibition prize medal.
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