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.”
Gas engine at work in a 1915 farm harvest scene in Eagan, Minn.
Coolspring Power Museum houses one of the world’s finest collections of internal combustion engines, and we love singing their praises.
Emily Huebner is excited to be collecting hit-and-miss gas engines.
Members of the Jack Branch Engine Club show off their antique gasoline engine collections in these videos.
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