Model engineers have been making models of internal combustion engines since the invention of the real thing, but it has always been surrounded by a mystique, and a perceived difficulty that has put many people off. This book sets out to show that any competent model engineer can make a working model petrol engine, and that there is nothing more difficult than would be encountered in the construction of an average steam engine.
A comprehensive guide to building model internal combustion engines.
Often perceived as a difficult craft by many people, this guide will be welcomed by beginners and experienced model engineers alike.
Fully illustrated with 176 black & white and 20 colour photographs.
Malcolm Stride has been building model engines since his teenage days and is a well-known contributor to Model Engineer magazine.
Miniature Internal Combustion Engines by Malcolm Stride
About the author
Malcolm Stride is a well known contributor to Model Engineer magazine. He has been building model engines since he was a teenager. He is now retired from his job in the IT industry and is able to spend most of his time in his workshop. Resident - Berkshire
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