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Post  rsv1cox on Fri Dec 23, 2016 12:30 pm



Left to right

The original .09 model 3001 introduced about 1954.

The elusive bearer marked but backwards .09-II late 1958.



The .15 model 3101 early 1956.

The .19 model 4002 early 1953, outside of the sand cast models the first release of this era.

The .29 model 5002 early 1954, Oval or Airfoil exhaust ports.  I haven't ever seen one with a square port.

The .35 model 5001 (shared) late 1958.  Successor to the same model number .36

The .36 model 5001 mid 1955.  Produced for one year only.

All dates are approximate and usually reflect the dates they were imported into the USA.

I have never seen a bearer marked model beyond the .36.  If there are any please let me know.





The repetitive but very cool looking reflective assembly.  

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Post  fredvon4 on Fri Dec 23, 2016 1:29 pm

Just curious Bob

How complete is your Enya Collection?

Are there voids you NEED/WANT to fill

If True... consider a photo essay of particular engines YOU need to fill the voids

We on CEF probably spend, collectively, more time than you do just web searching stuff

I see lots of Gems on RCG/RCU/Stuka Stunt/Stunt Hangar, and other classifieds besides the obvious E-bay perusing

Over the years I have seen (inside of odd lot sales) many Enya engines but I don't know what I am really seeing so never though to grab the link for you to look at


On the other hand maybe the chase/search is part of your enjoyment

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Post  rsv1cox on Fri Dec 23, 2016 2:38 pm

Thanks for the offer Fred, the more eyes out there the better I like it.

I don't have a single diesel Enya. Usually they are out of my comfort zone financially and I don't want to start a whole new endeavor. That potato chip thing.

I have at least one of every displacement Enya ever made, but not all of the variations. I do have all of the sand casts including variations. I have only recently started collecting car/boat engines but no where near all that they made.

I have been trying to pick Bobby Brooks clean of NIB Enya's mostly without success. He recently got a hold of a couple of these special editions and I fell in love. Got one of them coming. A very retro sand cast rendering.





He's now referring to his business as "The Control Line Store."
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Post  OVERLORD on Fri Dec 23, 2016 2:47 pm

Great collection Bob. After reading your last post, it must be bigger than what I thought it was.

I have these:

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