Anyone familiar with this old engine?

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This is an early gravely model D engine. However I know very little about it Does the output shaf rotate ccw? Would like to build a vintage looking bike around it. Greatful for any first hand info.
 
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try here........................Curt




[paste:font size="5"]Instruction Book And Illustrated Parts List For Model D Gravely Tractor And Gravely Mower Attachments (June 1936) 2.6 MB (posted 02/13/07)
The Gravely Parts List And Instruction Manual for the 2½ H.P. Model "D" (circa 1953) 11.3 MB (posted 05/25/11)
This manual is for the English Model D assembled and distributed by Gravely Overseas Ltd., Buckfastleigh, Devon, England. For potential American readers it contains footnotes explaining that "petrol" is "gasoline" and "parrafin" is "kerosene". Other footnotes show the American equivalents of the recommended British lubricants. It is undated, but must be 1953 or later because the parent company is shown as Gravely Tractors, Inc. The name change from Gravely Motor Plow and Cultivator Company to Gravely Tractors, Inc. was announced to dealers in January 1953.

The Gravely Parts List And Instruction Manual for the 2½ H.P. Model "D" 12 MB (posted 05/25/11)
Another undated edition of the English Model D manual, but in a slightly larger page format. Someone has anotated this one by hand with colored pencils to show parts interchangeability with the American Model D. A red dash next to a part name means it is not interchangeable. A green dash means it is interchangeable. A yellow bracket spanning a group of parts means they are interchangeable as an assembly. On most pages these notations are too faint to see on the digital copy. I'm investigating ways to remedy that.

Carburateur Comiot-Gravely Modele D (undated) 492 KB (posted 06/27/10)
French illustrated parts list for the Model D Carburetor. Undated.

Found here. http://gravelymanuals.com/docs/walkers/