Re: Wanted Any INFO on a Weird G..... HYBRID in reply to Ida Red, 07-03-2009 20:09:22
Ida, there was actually two second attempts at keeping the G alive, the G II, which reportedly never made it to market and the GR which Allis produced in the Dieppe France Factory. They were made for several years there. They looked like a stretched G. The frame was a bit longer and the engine was bigger, so the engine area was elongated. I have some scans of both. I'll hunt them up when I get back for out Steam Engine parade today.
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