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Post  GWILLIEFOX Sat Jun 27, 2015 8:05 am

Those interested in North American engines are no doubt familiar with Tim Dannels's American Model Engine Encyclopedia. It is the most definitive reference on the market. But it stopped at 1975. Tim had been threatening to run it out to current (2015) for some time and has been working on it for years. With Ron Chernich's passing, Tim accelerated his work on AMEE and has it completed.
It contains new material, corrected material, and is in color. It is an addition to, not a replacement of the original AMEE.

From Tim:

"Volume 2 of the very popular American Model Engine Encyclopedia will soon be ready for circulation.

Advance orders are now being taken. Estimated delivery will be no later than the first of September, but you can get on the list now.

The Advance Order price is $60.00 and will be shipped post paid until September 1. After that appropriate postage will be applied. This is for U.S. buyers. Canadian and “rest of world” orders will get a reduction in their postage, but an additional amount will be required. Write for details with your country.

This edition will contain much new and updated information on many of the lines featured in the first edition, but it is not a repeat of that Volume 1. Some lines will not be illustrated again while others with show the entire line from start to finish. Most of these will have new material included.

And speaking of illustrations, all picture pages will be printed in full color, just like our popular Cox Model Engine Handbook.

$60.00 US to the Model Museum (Tim Dannels) – 28795 County Road 331 – Buena Vista, CO 81211 – PayPal to "
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