By Staff

By the time you read this letter, show season will be in full
swing, and the Fourth of July holiday will be just around the

This issue is the largest ever of GEM, at 112 pages. We had more
stories to include, but will have to wait until next month on some
of them. We are trying very hard to get your show reports printed
before your next show, but sometimes this is a challenge! We also
were unable to bring you the second column by Glen Karch on the
Hercules engine, but we expect to have that in again next

We are sorry to report that another engine and parts dealer has
passed away. Wally Steding of Fort Dodge, Iowa was a long time
advertiser of ours, and was featured in a story in our
January/February 1985 issue.

There’s still time to order a 1992 Show Directory if you
don’t already have one, but they are going fast. They’re
$5.00 postpaid, use the address in our masthead at left.

We didn’t put a caption on our cover last month, and we did
get a call asking about its origin. The June 1992 cover picture
came from a Hart Parr catalog, probably circa 1926, which we
purchased at auction about a year ago. Maybe we’ll reprint it
as a poster if there is interest!

Enjoy the balmy summer days ahead, with the sounds and smells of
engines running outdoors!

Gas Engine Magazine
Gas Engine Magazine
Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines