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Busch 8366 Lanz Motor Bulldog

BU8366
Only 14.50 Out of stock but available to order
Brand: Busch
Part Number: 8366
Scale / Type: N Scale
Our Code: BU8366

Hard work made easy. Even without special technical training could operate the heavy oil Motor Bulldog and supervision of the machine during operation was also not required. Its robustness through its strong and durable design made him a happy helper, because he had no sensitive components, such as magnet, carburettor, valves or radiator. Within 2 - 3 minutes with light starting the Bulldog was immediately ready for use under full load. The fuel, cooling water and lubricating oil tanks held supplies for a whole day. In the process, the cheapest, most harmless and at any time easily procurable fuels could be used, such as lignite tar oil, crude oil, gas oil, naphtha, petroleum, paraffin oil. In contrast to other machines ashy fuels are not a disadvantage, because the ashes collected in a special antechamber of the machine and could be cleaned in a few minutes. This allowed the Motor Bulldog to remain in use for months without requiring any special cleaning work as the piston and cylinder remained free of fuel residue. The model of the Bulldog from the year 1921, for the time being light and space-saving, as crowded design, worked highly filigree and of course also very light. Every detail can also be seen with the naked eye and fits on every model railway layout of size N. that the engine Bulldog could remain in use for months without the need for any special cleaning work as the piston and cylinder remained free from fuel residues. The model of the Bulldog from the year 1921, for the time being light and space-saving, as crowded design, worked highly filigree and of course also very light. Every detail can also be seen with the naked eye and fits on every model railway layout of size N. that the engine Bulldog could remain in use for months without the need for any special cleaning work as the piston and cylinder remained free from fuel residues. The model of the Bulldog from the year 1921, for the time being light and space-saving, as crowded design, worked highly filigree and of course also very light. Every detail can also be seen with the naked eye and fits on every model railway layout of size N.

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