Coca Cola Can Engine

Stirling hot air engine made at home with simple tools- 2 coca cola cans, balloon welding rod, steel angle grinder, disc for flywheel, steel wool for displacer, some electrical connectors and fishing line. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I96fmH-3-jI

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