Hi, i finally scored a nice G28T engine last week that i`ve been waiting for for 8 years.., and liked what i saw right away. Many guys here have heard about these i`m sure, but not all have seen these in real life since they`re eurpean engines. I know these have been covered in different ways here on hamb, but i`ve never seen good pictures of the differences between Model B engine and the G28T. So i thought this might be interresting. According to what i`ve found out, these were made from 42-59 for different german installations. This engine in particular, had an easy life as a stationary engine for a saw on a farm only a mile away from my house. These engines have some very interresting modern touches done to them when made in Germany. The differences that are obvious are the following: -Beefier rods. -Insert bearings all the way. -Pressurized oil for rod bearings. -Different main oiline, not using the regular one behind sidecover. -Single oilslinger. -Nice rear seal. -Main bearing bolts not exiting the block by outer cylinder walls. -Nice modern looking aluminum pistons. -Aluminum cam gear. -Nice Aluminum oilpan. -Mine also came with mint Scintilla Vertex magneto. What i also noticed was major core shift during casting prosses. No problem on this one but might be on others.