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Old Nov 12, 2012, 04:52 AM
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Re ED

Hi
Article was the first word that came into my head although not accurate.
Yes #2 is a "1", and I looked very closely at the "1" thousand in engines #1 & #2 and it is the same as the "1" at the start of the serial number, there are some slashes between the manufacturing number and the year and they are definately different, so I'm convinced they are in the thousands.
I saw another article showing Mk.I's high in the #1800's.
50 ED's is a lot, I have 29 spread across the range, but I only started collecting this year. -
ED 246 RACER Mk.II
ED 246 RACER Mk.III MARINE
ED 246 RACER Mk.III MARINE
ED 3.46 HUNTER Mk.IV Ser.II
ED 3.46 HUNTER Mk.IV Ser.III
ED 3.46 HUNTER Mk.IV Ser.IV
ED 3.46 MARINE
ED BABY .046
ED BABY .046
ED BEE Mk.I
ED BEE Mk.I
ED BEE Mk.I
ED BEE Mk.I
ED BEE Mk.II
ED BEE MK.II
ED BEE Mk.II
ED BEE MK.II MARINE
ED CADET
ED COMP SPEC Mk.II
ED COMP SPEC Mk.II
ED COMP SPEC Mk.II
ED HAWK
ED HORNET
ED MK.II PENNY SLOT
ED MK.II PENNY SLOT
ED MK.II PENNY SLOT
ED SEA OTTER 3.46 MARINE
ED SEAGULL CADET MARINE
ED SUPER FURY
ED SUPER FURY #2

Thanks for the info and look forward the read more.
Barry
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