Mechanical Engine Advancements From Past to Present

Gas Magazine Engine shares memories of past to present mechanical engine advancements.

| November/December 1966

Learn about past to present mechanical engine advancements. 

District Salesman, C.A. White, again establishes mechanical engine advancements in 60 years by putting a 10 hp Cadet alongside a 12-24 Titan. This 1908 Titan was originally purchased by Mr. John Morgan of Winfield, West Virginia. Its weight was 6 tons and Mr. Morgan used it cutting timber at a saw mill near Winfield, West Virginia.

Another walk through memory lane. Among the collection was this 1920 Titan 1020 Terror which originated from the Wakeman, Ohio area.

Remember this one? One of the pieces shipped to Bonner Springs for display at the National Museum was this International Motor Cultivator, approximately 1918 vintage with a LeRoy four-cylinder engine.

—Mt. Orab, Ohio Fond Memories 

These were for Carl (Pop) Cunningham, who after more than 40 years of service with IHC climbed aboard the seat of an old friend, this 1923 regular Farmall, Serial #QC-501. This regular Farmall was the first one shipped from IH works. It was obtained from Mr. Glen McCune, former chairman of the Agriculture Engineering Department at the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.