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    Paul Breisch "Little Brother" prints needed
    Hi, everyone. I'm trying to machine a Breisch/Peters "little brother"Hit and Miss kit for a friend and am not sure if I have all the prints I need. My friend recently was told he has bowel cancer and I'm trying to get this engine done as soon as possible to cheer him up a little. His nephew did some of the work at school years ago and I think some prints have been lost.Can anyone tell me how many prints there should be?I've made a few steam engines in the past but am new to gas engines. I'd like to build a few hit and miss engines for myself soon when I get done working on my friends stuff.Does anyone know if castings for the little brother are being produced by anyone at this time?I may need some replacements. Some good pics of a finished one would be a help too if anyone has one.Thanks , hope maybe I can be of assistance to the rest of you someday, Mike Moslak
    Mike, there was seven sheets on the plans or at least that is what I have .sheet numbers. E312,E313,E26,E113,E12,E23,E24 thats ones I have hope it helped Ken Reynolds
    Thanks, Ken
    I'm missing E12, E23, andE24.could you send me scans or copies? I'll pay for shipping and copying costs. Thanks, Mike
    Hi Mike,
    could do that I guess but don't even know where you are in the world Ken
    • CommentAuthorgbritnell
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2009
    Hi Mike, here's a couple of pictures of my Paul Breisch "Lil Brother" hit and miss engine. I am including the link to my Photobucket account so you can see the rest of the pictures.
    Thanks Ken and gbritnell, my email is I don't want to put my full address on here but email me and I'll send it to you if you need it. Thanks again. Mike
    Thanks again gbritnell for the pics. You do beautiful work.I've always been a gun nut and the little rifle is truly a work of art. I recommend anyone who reads this to check out the link above and see this mans work.
    Take care, Mike Moslak