Issue 73 contains the parts required for the carburettor support bracket,what seems like a simple operation has left questions in doubt as to if the assembly is in the correct place ? the engine crankshaft exits with a slight protusion at the rear of the ply laminated front bulkhead,however for some unknown reason the carburettor support centre hole does not line up with the shaft ? why this is so placed is not known at this time or what exactly goes into the hole? for the sake of demonstration here I have merely lightly tacked the bracket together for the time being,no doubt all will be revealed in the near future when any issues regarding its alignment can be sorted out. Another view of the bracket showing its position according to the instructions,something certainly does not look right here ? While I was checking this I decided to place the rotary engine in position to see how it looked,what occured to me here is the way the engine droops on the floating bearing,some extra support will need to be added to bring the crankshaft in line,unless some provision has been made for this factor ? one possibility would be to bush out between the bulkhead and the rear geared portion of the engine,a sort of large diameter spacer assembly perhaps ? once again nothing can be achieved until later on when the front assembly is completed according to Hachette's instructions.