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Uncovering the Past and Obscure Engine Manufacturers

By Richard Backus

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.

Gas Engines and Show Photos

By Richard Backus

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.

Stewards of Gas Engine History

By Richard Backus

The curiosity of engine collectors everywhere still give the community new discoveries.

Old Engines Are Still Out There

By Richard Backus

The amazing story of the saving of an Ohio engine is proof that gas engines are still waiting for us to find them.


Collection of Dean Warrington Auction

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Gas engine auction will include a rare 6 hp Hippe Steiner on its original trucks, several Sandwich models and more.

Remembering Dave and Bob

By Richard Backus

The editor reflects on Dave Rotigel’s and Bob Crowell’s contributions to the magazine and the gas engine community.

Rough & Tumble Gas Engine School

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

A new gas engine school offered by the Rough & Tumble Historical Association in Pennsylvania will teach newcomers to the hobby.

Building Interest in the Gas Engine Hobby

By Richard Backus

It’s still possible to build interest in our shows, as one gas engine club has shown.


Gas Engine Magazine A_M 16Gas Engine Magazine is your best source for tractor and stationary gas engine information.  Subscribe and connect with more than 23,000 other gas engine collectors and build your knowledge, share your passion and search for parts, in the publication written by and for gas engine enthusiasts! Gas Engine Magazine brings you: restoration stories, company histories, and technical advice. Plus our Flywheel Forum column helps answer your engine inquiries!

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