STIMULA automobile

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Re: STIMULA automobile

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Thank you, but this is a 4 cylinder car.

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Re: STIMULA automobile

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bluesmanhell wrote:
25 Sep 2020, 08:36
Hi, i have a single cylinder watercooled engine from a Stimula car.
I'm looking for any information and pictures of an early Stimula automobile. Prox. 1901 - 1907
bluesmanhell wrote:
25 Sep 2020, 15:38
Thank you, but this is a 4 cylinder car.
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You have a Stimula single cylinder engine
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The White Stimula car in the Museum in Austria has a Single Cylinder Engine
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Re: STIMULA automobile

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Right, i have seen a pic of the same car with undertext Stimula 4cyl runabout.
Sending a mail to the museum.
Thanks.

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Re: STIMULA automobile

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Thank you Neil.

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Re: STIMULA automobile

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You are very welcome, I have enjoyed doing a bit of research.
Good luck with your enquiries at the Oldtimermuseum, Koller, Heldenberg, Austria. I hope they will help, I know I would be delighted to receive such a request if I worked at the museum and would do my best to help you.
Similarly I am sure de la chapelle would also be interested in your engine.
bluesmanhell wrote:
25 Sep 2020, 13:43
So, i got the engine, its running now and i would like to get an idea of what kind of wehicle it powered and perhaps build a replica.
If your engine is running, it would be great if you could do a little video of it running put it up on youtube and link to it on a post on the FCF. Many members would be very interested.

Please keep us informed of the story :-D

Regards Neil