Up to Chance: Surprising Gas Engine Discoveries

Collector and friend flip coins to decide who gets their gas engine finds.

The front of the National Engineering engine showing the glass bowl carburetor, rocker arm and fuel lines, one pumps gasoline up to it and one drains back to the tank. The nut on the top can be adjusted to change the speed of gasoline dripping into the carburetor. The round hole allows the operator to see how fast the gasoline is dripping.
Photo by Bill Vossler