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Farm Life

Life on the land, farm shows, lessons from the past and more

How (Not) To Fix Stuff

By Tim Claremont

How not to go about repairing a gas engine carburetor and magneto.

A Gas Engine Fairy Tale

Helen Jacobes

Rough and Tumble that has huge displays of mechanical engines

Found: 5 HP 1914 Hercules E

Bob Naske

Hercules Economy is equipped with the optional Elkhart low-tension, gear-driven magneto

Down by the Old Mill

Ed Schwartz

A Venerable 20 HP Fairbanks-Morse Type Y Comes Back to Life after a 40-Year Slumber


Marine Memories

Richard Backus

The early manufacturers of marine engines were found in the coastal states

The Little Engine that Did

A.B. Gardner

A Chance Encounter Leads to a New Appreciation

My First David Bradley

David Hargreaves

David Bradley Super Power

Keeping it in the Family

Charles Holdeman

Youngest Family Member Continues the Tradition


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