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Young Iron: Adam Fruit

Adam Fruit follows in his grandfather’s footsteps by collecting gas engines.

| April/May 2013

  • Young Iron: Adam Fruit
    Adam Fruit has been collecting and restoring engines with his grandfather for about four years.
    Photo Courtesy Adam Fruit

  • Young Iron: Adam Fruit

Q: How long have you been collecting gas engines?  

A: I’ve been collecting and restoring engines for about four years now, but I’ve been helping my grandpa with them since I was little.

Q: What attracted you to the hobby?  

A: Being out in the barn with my grandpa, messing around with the engines and being at the shows. I love watching and listening to them run.

Q: Who else in your family collects engines?
A: My grandpa and I are the only ones who collect them. He’s the one who got me into collecting.

Q: What engines do you have in your collection?  


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