Description An attractive vintage Lister oak planter. A lovely coopered copper planter. We date this planter to the first half of the 20th century.
The Wine Lister team then scours the results to identify must-buy wines based on our own tasting experience and market knowledge. The simple, impartial Wine Lister score is an aggregation of scores from our five official partner critics, along with a small weighting for the ageing potential of the wine. As each wine critic scores differently not just on a different scalewe account for the frequency of ratings and normalise scores for fair comparison across a point score scale.
Sign up to receive the weekly newsletter featuring the very latest from Petrolicious. Photography by Will Mederski. Most began with a more humble machine like the Mazda Miata—cars that are forgiving, inexpensive, more reliable, safer and more balanced than say, a rare icon like the Lister Knobbly framed here.
We picture gents of a certain age who are content to sit on a deck chair, smoking a pipe whilst admiring the rhythmic slow tick-over sound of a healthy vintage engine. In that regard, stationary engines are not only admired by older folk, they also have a following of younger people who find that the simplicity and affordability of these engines make them perfect machines to tinker with and take around to shows. Stationary engines come in a wide variety of sizes and prices, which means that there is generally something out there for everyone. Many are small enough to fit in the back of a car or pickup, and can be had for less than the price of a high tech phone.
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In Robert acquired the UK rights to manufacture and sell Danish engineer Mikael Pedersen 's new cream separatorwhich through a spinning centrifugal separator allowed the machine to run at a constant speed and hence create a regular consistency of cream. By the early s, R. Listers had redesigned Pedersen's cream separator, expanded its lines of sheep shearing machinery, was producing milk churns and wooden barrels for butterand from the off-cuts developed a successful line of wood-based garden furniture.
Go down the stationary engine lines at any vintage show or rally and you will always come across several examples of the Lister D. Many keep walking giving the engine scant regard, perfectly understandable considering the large numbers in preservation. However last year there was an event near the Lister factory at Dursley in Gloucestershire which was only for Lister Ds and what was more remarkable was that there were hardly two the same.
Although our primary business is engines for the inland waterways we also recondition engines for many other uses including generators, railway locomotives, trucks and sea going vessels. We pride ourselves on our use of British made parts wherever possible and using British specialist craftsmen. Many of our parts are made for us by the original OEM suppliers to the original manufacturers specification and in some cases to higher standards made possible by improvements in technology over the years. This website has been developed to provide an online meeting place and information resource relating to many vintage oil and diesel engines, including Dorman, Gardner, Kromhout, Lister and Ruston.
I will buy complete engines running or not running, parts engines or a just few parts only. I will also buy any new old stock Lister or Lister Petter parts, whether they be a just a handful of parts or a shop load from an ex dealer going out of business etc. Will need a complete strip-down and clean out Oil is clean on dipstick Has 12v generator belt-driven Engine is complete I can load.
Proper cars with oil pressure gauges, wooden dashboards and old fashioned analogue clocks that had a reassuring ticking sound as we slid behind the wheel and closed the sound of the world out. Cars that you could repair with nothing more more than a basic tool kit, unless it was French or Italian and had the funny new fangled metric threads and needed special tools for, well everything! And in amongst all the little industrial engines banging and spitting along the edge of the field as they spun their flywheels to light up little light bulbs or pump some water were the big daddies of the show, the traction engines.