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I think the old inertia starter motor on 2 1/4 engines was the most reliable product that Lucas ever produced. Just fit the same again, but first check that you have a good earth from the battery to the engine and or from the starter motor bottom bolt to the chassis. Also check that the lead from the solenoid or push button on early models to the terminal post on the starter motor is tight and secure. There were a number of 1950's British cars, trucks and tractors (Austins, Morrises, Vanguards , grey Fergussons) etc that used the same starter , but you are probably not likely to find any of those in breakers yards in the UK anymore.

Bill

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