Villiers cement mixer

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Villiers cement mixer

Post #1 by hair bear » Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:48 pm

May be of interest to someone...
I have an old, 1970's maybe, petrol cement mixer. It's an upright type, don't know who made it but the underlying colour is blue with a Villiers engine, solid rubber tyred wheels and a large tilt control wheel.
I cleaned the points and did have it running well, the only problem was the petrol tap broke. The job I had for it never happened and it got shoved to the back of the shed that was at least five years ago.
Anyone interested?


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Re: Villiers cement mixer

Post #2 by essexpete » Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:48 am

Perhaps a Parker I think they were blue?


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Re: Villiers cement mixer

Post #3 by hair bear » Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:30 pm

Nearly a year later and yes Pete, It's a Parker.
Spun it over, there is a spark and it did fire a few times but the flywheel bolt has now sheared off so unless anyone is interested it's off to the scrap bin. Located near Aldershot, Hampshire.

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Re: Villiers cement mixer

Post #4 by essexpete » Wed Jul 18, 2018 2:13 pm

hair bear wrote:Nearly a year later and yes Pete, It's a Parker.
Spun it over, there is a spark and it did fire a few times but the flywheel bolt has now sheared off so unless anyone is interested it's off to the scrap bin. Located near Aldershot, Hampshire.

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Parker were quite a big company I this and built plant for gravel industry as well. Perhaps built in the 60s?


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