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|David||Can anyone tell me if there are any other ways of telling what year my E27N is? I believe it to be around 1947, But it has had an engine transplant, So the number on the block won't help with date.
|Manuel||E27Ns were the first model to come out after WW2.
They were called "Majors".
Hope this helps
|David||Thanks. But I was trying to get the exact year of manufacture for my E27N. I am unsure how to do this without the numbers from it's original engine block.