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C.H. Wendels’s Literature Archive

Gas Engine Magazine has been following the consolidation of C.H. Wendel’s amazing collection, following his passing in 2019. The gas engine community lost a highly influential man who served as a gateway to the history behind the hobby. He will forever be missed. This rare collection of vintage gas engine and tractor literature and photographs will keep you mesmerized for ...

Staff | Mar 8, 2021

Museums and Shows

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1917 50hp Miller

Company: Miller Improved Gas Engine Co. Springfield, Ohio Year: 1917 Serial Number: 1706 Horsepower: 50 Bore: 13 in Stroke: 20in Weight: 70,000lb Ignition: Dual spark plug with magneto and battery and coil Governing: Throttle Owner: Reid and Ellis Wellman Founded by Charles A. Miller in 1897, the Miller Gas Engine Company was located in ...

Staff | Jan 5, 2021

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Letters

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Old Photograph of McCormick Deering-Binder and Farmall F-12

The McCormick-Deering binder (a 1930s model) and Farmall F-12 tractor on steel wheels shown in this photo were used by Harold Lee Williams (on the binder) and Eugene Joe Williams (on the tractor). Thomas Dale Williams is shown standing on the back of the binder to cut the oat crop on great-aunt Nora’s farm. The photograph was taken by a traveling photographer and was ...

Farm Collector | Aug 1, 2013

Q And A

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Young Iron: Solomon Rees

Q: How long have you been collecting gas engines?A: I’ve been collecting gas engines since I was 9 years old.Q: What attracted you to the hobby?A: There was a Briggs & Stratton Model WMB engine in the back of our barn, and I restored it all by myself.Q: Who else in your family collects engines?A: My father also collects engines.Q: What engines do you have in your collection?A: ...

Gas Engine Magazine | Apr 22, 2013

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Decals

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May 7, 2021

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Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines