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The following came in from Tim in Australia:


Well it took a while with the holidays anmd all but I got 20 shirts printed - smaller logo over heart on front and big logo on back.

They are now spread across 7 guys across three states in Australia - not as big as your part of the world.

Andrew - I passed them on at cost as agreed - thanks for the permission. I've had a few calls from a couple to say they are really pleased with the result. We used better quality cloth than imports from China. I've still got a few left in grey or white at AUD$17 ea in limited sizes if you know of anyone here who wants one.

Rob - thanks for the logo work. As you may remember my interest is Stuart Turner engines. Do you have any pictuers of your P55? A friend is taking some digital photos of mine next weekend. I'll email them to you if you are interested. I've been corresponding with Paul Brooking from the Isle of Wight (England) about modications he's making to his engine - oil pump to inject oil directly to the crankcase etc - more on this if you search on "two stroke genesis engine". Also, go to www.orbeng.com




By the way I'm doing volunteer work with the Engine Section of the Australian Heritage Fleet (previous name was Syddney Heritage Fleet). It's located in Sydney.

I'm cataloguing the engines, gathering information on them for our library, organising displays and will soon be updating our website later this year with a lot of photos including a lot of close-up that will interest OME enthusiasts.

It's a slow job as we have over 30 engines and there are only 3 of us. Though we something like 270 volunteers working for the museum they mostly work on large boat restorations and crewing on the heritage boats.

I'll keep you informed re progress as you may want to include our museum in the links section of the website. Essentially, we are known for our working boats but we get no government funding.

For your interest here is the link www.seaheritage.asn.au


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