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B1606 Aero engine, 'Bristol Lucifer', full-size, 3 cylinder, radial of 100 hp, 4 valves to each cylinder, finished in green & oil coating, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd, Bristol, England, 1919 (OF).. Click to enlarge.

Aero engine, ‘Bristol Lucifer’, full-size, 3 cylinder, radial of 100 hp, 4 valves to each cylinder, finished in green & oil coating, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd, Bristol, England, 1919 (OF).

Made 1919

Aero engine, ‘Bristol Lucifer’, full-size, 3 cylinder, radial of 100 hp, 4 valves to each cylinder, finished in green & oil coating, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd, Bristol, England, 1919 (OF).

Summary

Object No.

B1606

Object Statement

Aero engine, 'Bristol Lucifer', full-size, 3 cylinder, radial of 100 hp, 4 valves to each cylinder, finished in green & oil coating, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd, Bristol, England, 1919 (OF).

Physical Description

Aero engine, 'Bristol Lucifer', full-size, 3 cylinder, radial of 100 hp, 4 valves to each cylinder, finished in green & oil coating, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd, Bristol, England, 1919 (OF).

Dimensions

Height

1000 mm

Width

1100 mm

Depth

1000 mm

Weight

250 kg

Production

Made

1919

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Qantas Empire Airways Ltd, 1965

Acquisition Date

15 September 1965

Cite this Object

Harvard

Aero engine, 'Bristol Lucifer', full-size, 3 cylinder, radial of 100 hp, 4 valves to each cylinder, finished in green & oil coating, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd, Bristol, England, 1919 (OF). 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 April 2019, <https://ma.as/208323>

Wikipedia

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