Talk:ABC Motors

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I've added in three unnamed engines from Lumsden. Not added are the following from Jane's 1913 which do not appear in Lumsden (there are some that do): 30 hp V4 95x80 (unless this is not a V4 as Jane's says, but the inline); 45 hp V6 95x80; 85 hp V6 125x105; 170 hp V12 125x105; 225 hp V16 125x105. It may be Lumsden thinks they did not fly. What's our policy on non-flyers? We often list, even have pages on, unflown aircraft. I'll dig into Flight.TSRL (talk) 19:38, 27 May 2010 (UTC)