From The Archives
A few months back, we picked up an item from our collection of
very old magazines here at Stemgas, and we got quite a response.
So, we decided to share another ad with you, for a unique item.
Since you’ll almost certainly be thinking about Christmas
when you get this magazine, we’ve selected an old Christmas ad
from the December 19, 1953 issue of The Rural New
No doubt many of our readers will remember this product.
We’re guessing that the Heat-Houser folks are no longer in
business, or at least that they are no longer making this product,
but maybe one of you has more information?
We’d sure like to see a picture of a tractor with a
Heat-Houser in position, and we suspect that someone out there just
might be able to provide one!
Decades of Wooden Creations
Join David recall his childhood memories of building his first homemade wooden car, which turned into decades of wooden creations.
A Bit of Nostalgia
Read these endearing reminiscences about a homemade “sidewalk car,” built from a Maytag washing machine engine.
Sawing Wood, Any Way You Can
Whether by car or by Galloway engine, sawing wood was a chore that had to be done.