A reader seeks blueprints or access to an Ironwood engine, built by high school students in Ironwood, Michigan.
A reader searches for a carburetor diaphragm for his Ohlsson & Rice Tiny Tiger generator as well as any additional information.
A reader and his grandson have restored an engine bought at a nearby real estate sale, but there’s no tag on it.
A reader’s 17 hp Fairbanks-Morse was never cataloged by its company and there seems to be no literature for it. Can anyone give us any information?
By Paul Harvey
A look at the development of the 2-stroke engine, a much more efficient invention than the 4-stroke engine before it.
By Bill Vossler
An engine collector’s large 1931 Fairbanks-Morse Z features an updated fuel pump provided by the company and a truck made of steel.
By the Gas Engine Magazine staff
This Westinghouse generating set at the Coolspring Power Museum was designed to operate for extended periods of time, making it ideal for electric power generation.
By Peter Rooke
Peter Rooke starts a new project, but instead of restoring an old engine, Peter builds a Gardner Model 0 from a kit of castings.
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