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The Lister D is a 1 1/2 hp stationary engine built between 1926-1964 by R A Lister and Company of Dursley.It is popular with newcomers to the stationary engine hobby with un-restored examples available for as little as £50, plenty of spares and various re-manufactured parts and decals.Some engine models shown below are available in multiples.

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AB 52240 Length 29″ Flywheel dia 17″ Cylinder: 3 3/16″ x 4″ stroke (approx). In restored condition including refurbished igniter, new crank guard, new silencer.

Whilst there it was one of several flame proof units supplied for gas pumping duty.

It is shown here with a William & James Air Start Motor.

We can supply most engine models on an exchange or outright basis, or rebuild the buyer's own engine.

Below are illustrated some of the more popular engine ranges that we rebuild. Available fully reconditioned with Lister-Blackstone mechanical gearbox, PRM or Borg Warner hydraulic gearbox. Listed below are engine models available from stock as good working and/or low hours used units. Several Available Lister HB3Z reverse rotation/anticlockwise engine. Several Available Lister-Petter HL3 Available hand or electric start.

By the 1890s it was manufacturing the Dursley Pedersen Cycle and dairy equipment, especially cream separators which it shipped in volume.

Petrol engines followed in the early 20th century which went on to be a mainstay of the company until diesels began to be produced in 1929.

D's were originally painted mid Brunswick green, but some World War II engines were painted in olive drab.

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