NORTH WEST MECCANO GUILD
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Virtual Meeting 2022 Page 1.
Paper Folding Machine.
The model of the month for the
Built by Chris.Harris.
A Meccano Set 4 Model in the 1987 Manual.
A Motorising Set which included gears has been added.
The construction of the model was limited by the parts available. This made it a very fast moving model when operating with 6 v battery packs.
Built by Chris. Harris.
Brian Elvidge has produced 3 models.
Above is a model of Malcolm Campbell’s Bluebird record breaking car based on the one published in the No. 6 manuals from 1937 until 1953.
On either side are 2 pictures of a Shipyard Crane, model 7.21 in the 1961 Manual. Modifications include using a Ball Thrust Bearing and strengthening the tower.
Below are pictures of a Tractor. In one it has a trailer and in the second a Hay Rake. The models are based on models in the 1957 Manual for Set 6. (6.23). The Tractor has a No.1 Clockwork Motor and works well.
Brian has made some more models and taken more photographs. They are:
1. A Racing Car from a 2022 Set.
2. A Buggy from the 2013 Dump Truck Set.
3. A Steam Wagon based on models which appeared in manuals between 1928 and 1937. A rather more modern E20R motor has been fitted instead of one of its rather similar predecessors. It also has better bodywork.
Brian has built a twin engined Bi-