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David Edgington's book


Created On Tuesday July 18, 2006 10:36 Diesel Talk
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mamad
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I would like to say how much the book The Lister CS Story by David Edgington has helped me. There has been much discussion about when the first Lister CS diesel was built and sold, now we really know that is was 1929 the number CS100. The book also tells how the CS 5-1 slow speed evolved from the old L type petrol engine which is why so many early CS engines failed. It was interesting to know how to tell the date of manufacture. Here in Iran the CS is still made as the SANE using a combination of local made and indian parts. The original Lister CS is a wonderful engine."

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Mamad

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