The February 1966 Meeting of the Pioneer Gas Engine Association
The minutes of the February 1966 meeting of the Pioneer Gas Engine Association.
This is a W-30 Gas Engine.
PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS A. ROSUNA
This is a 25 passenger 'Touring Car' of White make,Serial 50-98764. It was built in 1923. There are only two in theworld and I have both of them. They were manufactured especiallyfor Yellowstone Park and used in the opening of the world's'Original' Commuter Club at Vallejo, California in 1942. Itis now stored at Alameda, California.
COURTESY OF WILBUR A. SKAAR
This is a picture of a 7 H.P. Economy engine on a saw rig.
COURTESY BOF KENNETH BOYLES
My Rumely 20-40. I painted it as nearly like it was originallyas I could. This engine was built in 1918.
COURTESY OF LEONARD JAMES
Myself with an Aultman-Taylor 30-60 gas tractor, number 4280which I had trucked out of the heart of Kansas. We arrived homewith it June 18, 1965. It is called a contractor's tractor withpower steering and has been well taken care of and is in very goodcondition. When this picture was taken, we were just getting readyto unload it.
COURTESY OF PAUL GRAVES
This model dates back into the 1890's and was built byBrown-Cochran Co. of Loraine, Ohio. It is a 12 HP with serialnumber 1398. This engine is a 4 cycle and operates on gasoline withmake-and-break ignition and hit-and-miss governors holding theexhaust open.