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Farm equipment auctions, letters, blogs, photos, product reviews and more

Wolf and Ebbersten Gas Engine Auction

Gas Engine Staff

Wolf and Ebbersten gas engine auction including brands Otto, Cook, Lambert, Buckeye, Crossley, Hornsby, Domestic, Fairbanks, New Way and more!

In Memoriam of Lee Pedersen and Emil Knish

Reader Letters

Join us in remembering Lee Pedersen and Emil Knish, two long-time gas engine show enthusiasts and collectors.

Young Iron: A Decade Down the Road

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Reconnect with previously featured Young Iron collector Chris Jerue and his impressive, expanded collection of engines and drag saws.

Sentimental Motives

Column by Christine Stoner

Read this column by Gas Engine Magazine's new editor Christine Stoner about the power of nostalgia and gas engines.


A Life in Old Iron: C.H. Wendel, 1939-2019

Article by Richard Backus

Celebrate the memory of C.H. Wendel and reflect on his contributions to the old iron community and his work on the book, American Gas Engines Since 1872.

Celebrating the Coolspring Power Museum

 Column by Richard Backus

Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Coolspring Power Museum and learn how to help support their expansion projects.

Show Photos and the Past and Present

Column by Richard Backus

Recap 2019’s show season by checking out some of the highlights this year, and, learn how you can share your old engine discoveries with us going forward.

New Collectors, Old Collections

Column by Richard Backus

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.


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