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    VA .049 MK1 Crank

    Gday Fellas, taking a long shot here but does anyone have a crank from a VA .049 mk1 spare, or an old worn out or broken engine that I could cannibalise some parts off. I'd like so resurrect my .049 to running condition as its currently got a broken crank. Happy to reimburse anyone some money for the bits and postage to Aus.

    Thanks


    Joel

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    Hello we are based in prosuing real/fake pasports online

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    Say what?
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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank


    ORIGINAL: princewill

    Hello we are based in prosuing real/fake pasports online

    Just another scumbag spammer, Mike-I reported the post to RCU admin...............

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    I suspect that Larry Driskill would be the guy to talk to for a VA crank-he imported them and competed with VA engines and helped me about 10 years ago.

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    VA Mk1s or Mk2s Dave?-I thought Dirty Dan Rutherford handled the Mk1s..............I expect by now spare VA Mk1 cranks are very thin on the ground.............more than a decade on, and given that they seemed to break fairly frequently........

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    I thought he sold the Mk1's too.... Maybe he'll pop in and reply? doesn't hurt to look him up and ask, look under "kitting it together" in a Google search.

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    I have several MKI VA's and I think one parts engine.

    I can have a look and get back to you... just email me directly at acoholic@ntl.sympatico.ca and ask/remind me

    This is my first visit to the RCU 1/2A pages in ages.. life has gotten in the way of modeling the past several years (marriage, children and moving have a tendancy to do that!) but I still have a whole lot of engines and parts... just not doing much with them lately but keep em' in storage.

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    RE: VA .049 MK1 Crank

    Thanks for that AJC, I shot you across an email. If it pans out I'll be stoked as I feel like an idiot for snapping the crank in this one and really would like to have it going again.


    joel


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