Raymond Swanstone shares his collection stories and interest in collecting gas engines.
Associate Editor Matt Kelly reflects on Donald L. Siefker's words about his father from Valentine's Day, 1978. Donald went on to create an annual index to help readers locate articles and pictures of engines in the Gas Engine Magazine Archive.
Michael Standley got his 1914 1-3/4 HP Chore Boy off eBay.
Those in the old iron community are accustomed to expecting the unexpected. Gas Engine Magazine's new associate editor, Matt Kelly, is learning to do the same.
Jacob Smith shares about his lifelong interest in gas engines, and old iron in general.
Sometimes change comes and you have to “ride the wave.” In the case of Beth Beavers, the wave has taken her away from Gas Engine Magazine.
John Wesley Tolley is an apprentice of old gas engines.
Members of the antique gas engine community tend to have a desire to “make it work.”
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