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If you make the Internet a part of your daily routine, you’ll
want to rev up your computer and fine-tune your browser, because
the new and improved Gas Engine Magazine website is now
online at www.GasEngineMagazine.com

More than simply a DuPont restoration, we started with a clean
sheet of paper when we overhauled our website. With cleaner
graphics, enhanced content and easy-to-find menu bars, our website
is a must on any engine collector’s list of Internet

And to make sure our site is a must see, we’ve added a series of
forums tailored for collectors and restorers. We’ve included
individual forums for tractor collectors, gas engine collectors,
steam engine fans, scale and model engine fans – even a forum
dedicated to all the other old iron that falls between the cracks
and defies catagorizing.

Taking a page directly from the magazine, we’ve tagged our scale
and model engine forum “Modeler’s Corner,” and our very own Rusty
Hopper will be checking in to share his tips and help other scale
and model engine fans with their projects.

I’ll be chiming in as well, enjoying the chats, sharing
information and otherwise just shooting the breeze with collectors
around the country and the world.

And don’t forget our recently launched Farm Collector Online
Show Directory
. Featuring selected shows from around the
country, the Online Show Directory is an easy way to
prepare your calendar. You can build your own custom list of shows
and get automatic e-mails to remind you when the shows you’re
waiting for are about to take place.

Not only that, you’ll also find links to the clubs hosting the
shows you’re interested in, plus driving directions – all just a
click away, without leaving home.

All in all, it’s a great way to stay in contact with other
old-iron fans and to keep tabs on what’s going on in the hobby
around the country. So log in today if you haven’t already, and
share in the growing online community of old-iron enthusiasts.

Richard Backus


U.S.P.S. #214560

Founded in 1966 by Rev. Elmer Ritzman

Published Monthly: An Internal Combustion Historical


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