It's finished! Peter Rooke completes the restoration of his John Smyth engine.
Leon Ridenour restores a 1910 Standard 25 hp marine engine.
Fitting and finishing the sleeve, and making a tank for the 1914 John Smyth.
It's time to cut new gaskets for the crankcase and make a new cart for the Grasser marine engine.
The cylinder bore on the 1914 John Smyth engine receives a new sleeve.
Despite a missing piston and connecting rod, a circa-1907 Grasser marine engine comes back to life.
A rare 6 hp Goold, Shapely & Muir gets a deserving restoration.
Peter Rooke makes a replica muffler and cart for his 1914 John Smyth engine.
Peter Rooke begins the restoration of a John Smyth engine.
The Hercules engine gets a Webster type M magneto and some finishing touches.
In this second installment of the series, Peter Rooke builds a cart for his Economy engine with help from a Glenn Karch article.
Peter Rooke tackles a circa-1923 Hercules Economy Model F gas engine.
The incredible story of a 5 HP Miami engine’s rescue.
Peter Rooke makes a battery box for the Baker Monitor VJ, part 4 of 4.
Peter Rooke builds a cart for the Baker Monitor VJ, part three of four.
Oregon collector dives into first restoration, fixing up a sad 1-3/4 HP Associated Chore Boy.
1917 1-1/2 HP Fuller & Johnson Model N runs again — Part 4 of 4
Peter Rooke makes progress on his 1917 1-1/2 HP Fuller & Johnson Model N with fuel mixer, igniter and muffler fixes — Part 3 of 4.
Friendship forged on restoration of a 4-1/2 HP No. 3 Type A Seager Olds engine.
Peter Rooke continues bringing this 1-1/2 HP Fuller & Johnson back to life with piston and cylinder head repairs – Part 2 of 4
Last surviving 10 HP Schleicher-Schumm slide-valve rescued and returned to original condition.
New life for a 1917 Fuller & Johnson 1-1/2 HP Model N.
Peter Rooke finishes restoring his 2-1/2 HP Ottawa engine, including making cart wheels, a drip tray and crank guard – Part 4 of 4