After many years of dry storage and a complete rebuild taking several months months this machine is now restored to it's original glory and on display. (For details see Current Restorations Tab)
This exhaust “Silencer” is typical of those fitted to larger stationary engines.
A heavy duty cast iron unit with quick fit corner fixings to match pipe flanges.
These Scammell radiators aren’t for the recognised Highwayman, nor are they for the earlier Scammell MU. Probably for one of the earliest Highwayman designs.
Know as the ”Coffee Pot Radiator”, it may just be a radiator, but not available from your average motor parts factor.
After being dismantled, cleaned, checked and painted, an invaluable spare.
50 or more years old, a fine example of an upmarket stick welder.
Not dissimilar to others in the collection other than it can be used as a jacking beam as well as a crane.