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Some of the design work and maybe the prototyping could have been accomplished in either plant.
After WWII the Richmond facility was sold to AVCO which returned the plant to refrigerator production.
A pioneering company in the production of internal combustion engines.
In 1988 it became part of the Rolls-Royce Power Engineering group.
Crosley auto production was maintained by the Crosley Family and moved to Marion, IN after the war as a new company.
Hi there, This is my first post here I just got two Fairbanks, Morse motors that we can discuss later.
Dunlop and Co at Great Marlborough Street in Manchester city centre, including manufacturing pumps, presses, and small steam engines. The design of the engines then being made was essentially 40 years old, so in 1962 agreement was reached to use the French Pielstick design.
His brother William (1844-1911) (Sir William from 1910) joined shortly after the purchase. Production of these engines, intended for ships, railway locomotives and electricity generation, was initially carried out at Nottingham.
This example is on display at the Ropkey Armor Museum in Crawfordsville, IN.I do know a little about the motors you have a question about.I think you are referring to the Crosley motors Fageol converted to inboards. I have 5 of the VIP (Vertical Inboard Power) motors.This web publication contains 126,696 pages of information and 199,415 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.of Great Marlborough Street, Manchester, and later moving to Pottery Lane, Openshaw, Manchester.