A longtime Old Thresher Reunion supporter and antique gas engine enthusiast makes concrete blocks the old-fashioned way.
A reader wants to know what kind of engine was designed to fit the clutch pulley he found in a box of parts.
A reader asks whether anyone has seen a smaller version of a babbit pour spout he owns.
Contributor Andrew Mackey replies to a letter about thread standards with his own inconsistency problems
A reader shares the valve springs he found and reformed for his 4-cylinder engine.
A reader wants to know what the piece of equipment he found in the woods behind his house is.
A reader shares his thoughts on problems with thread and fastener standards.
A study in three types of vintage engine oilers and how they work.
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