PUBLISHER'S LETTER


| March/April 1995

The month of March ... in like a lion, out like a lamb, or so they say (at least in these parts)! Spring joins us again this month may it find you ready for a rebirth of life from the soil.

As we go to press, our production department is abuzz with activity, busily preparing the 1995 Steam & Gas Engine Show Directory for the press. Things appear to be progressing on schedule, and directories should be ready for mailing in early March. See opposite, on the inside cover, for ordering information.

A note from subscriber Wayne Marner, 1207 Fairlane, Valparaiso, Indiana: 'Regarding hot tube ignitionI have an idea how it might work, but I really don't know. I'd like to see an article on hot tube ignition with some close-up drawings, perhaps photos, and theory.' How about it, all you experts? We welcome your articles, be they technical in nature, or about your latest restoration project, your club's activities, or the history of an engine manufacturer. Write us a story!

Welcome, Spring!





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