From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Liebson) Organization: ISFSI Date: 10 Oct 96 11:29:28 References: 1
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"J. Heilig" <email@example.com> wrote: >Perhaps someone at Rolls-Royce can tell us why RR only named one engine >after a mountain? As far as I'm aware, the Olympus was the only engine >RR named thus. RR did not name this engine, it was so named by its developer, Bristol Aero-Engines, beginning in 1950; in late 1959, Bristol merged with Armstrong Siddeley Motors to form Bristol Siddeley; the latter company was purchased by Rolls-Royce in October 1966.