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Offline Manley

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« on: 29 Sep 2009 at 09:55 »
I was just wondering, how many of the original engineering drawings survived?  A friend in the Rudge club says they are in the great position of having ALL the engineering drawings from rudge - right down to special washers.  Maybe im just a wee bit weird but i would love to see some of the original drawings published...
Ive seen some of the rudge drawings and im currently having some spares made for them and it's amazing that with all that complexity they still managed to make a profit! (except towards the end they didn't)

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Offline roy

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Re: Drawings
« Reply #1 on: 29 Sep 2009 at 10:28 »
Hi Rob, are you a member of LDMCC if not I sudjest you join as the archivist may be able to help you.