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The Wright 1911 Model B Flyer

The Model B's restoration is in full gear. Here are some restoration pictures from the Spring of 2002. Click on the images for larger views.


Image on left, from left to right: crankshaft, camshaft, magneto, water manifold, and fuel manifold. Image on right, from left to right: oil pan, fuel manifold, water pump, water manifold, and magneto.


The engine's oil pump and fuel pump disassembled (L), and some engine parts, particularly the crankshaft (R).


Both images, from top to bottom, contain cylinders, pistons, and rods.


Both images show miscellaneous engine parts.


At left, the pistons and cylinders are displayed near the left of the picture, and ignition and plugs near the right. On the right, from left to right, is the water manifold, fuel manifold, oil pan, and engine case.

May 2002...Would you believe the motor runs?


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