British Anzani Minor

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Costi
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British Anzani Minor

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Hello everybody,
I am after the shroud cover for my little Minor, anybody has got one too many for sale, pls? Many thanks
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Which one?

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Costi
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It is the most common one, I think it is MK2. Many thanks
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I didn't think there was any difference
I guess you are after the one with the red label?
This is mine after I rebuilt the mixer (thanks BnC)
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It lives in the lounge :mrgreen:
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Costi
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Really nice looking engine, brilliant. Also fits in the lounge :)

Yes I am after one of them, have you got one for sale, pls?
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There's one for sale on ebay at the moment. Its overpriced though. Worth a try though, I would not pay more than £100 for it. Last one I bought some years ago cost me £50, and it went to another forum member for the same price.
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