Read about some of the newer faces in picking up the old iron hobby for a refreshing reminder that there are plenty of folks interested in old engines.
A reader shares his 7hp George B. Miller engine, which bears a strong resemblance to a Waterloo, and the story of how it came into his possession.
Digital technology provides new opportunities to record and share what the community knows about old engines and their manufacturers.
A reader sends in photos of an old ACME/S.M. Jones engine and shares memories of running it when he was a young teenager.
It took a while, but the Machine Works building at the Coolspring Power Museum is completed and open after construction started in 1974.
Gas Engine Magazine and its sister publications are going to embrace our communities in a new way in the new year.
Patent drawings allow us to peek into how engine designers tried to work around earlier patents for early gas engines.
By Richard Backus
As the old guard moves on, it will be up to the children and grandchildren of current collectors to attract younger generations to the old engine community.
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