Diving into old engine history leads to lesser-known engine manufacturers such as the White Lily Washer Co., and designers like Frank Hardenbrook and William Rice.
Meet and talk with the editor-in-chief at the Old Threshers Reunion in Iowa and Power of the Past Antique Engine & Tractor Show in Kansas.
The curiosity of engine collectors everywhere still give the community new discoveries.
The amazing story of the saving of an Ohio engine is proof that gas engines are still waiting for us to find them.
Gas engine auction will include a rare 6 hp Hippe Steiner on its original trucks, several Sandwich models and more.
The editor reflects on Dave Rotigel’s and Bob Crowell’s contributions to the magazine and the gas engine community.
A new gas engine school offered by the Rough & Tumble Historical Association in Pennsylvania will teach newcomers to the hobby.
It’s still possible to build interest in our shows, as one gas engine club has shown.
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