Learn how Ryan Anderson managed to find an old Sandwich engine invoice and track down its corresponding machinery. It’s a reunion 97 years in the making.
Learn about this giant World War II-era Atlas Imperial diesel and how it was recused from a garbage scow and put on display for all to see.
Learn about the durable, reliable 1986 Petter Diesel Generator that Harold Sohner managed to track down to power the backup power system for his work shop.
Learn about the massive 1915 150hp Turner-Frike once a part of a trio of engines used to power the Pennsylvania Gas Co.’s pumping station.
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Learn about the Tremper’s igniter scheme’s move away from a spring-loaded rod in the piston to a more stationary sparking strip.
Check out Emma Riese’s impressive restoration of her late father’s 1921 Waterloo Boy K 2hp water-cooled engine.
Help us figure out how many adapted engine designs similar to this Schramm compressor were created, produced, and by which companies.
This 1921 2hp Waterloo Boy K was restored by Emma Riese in honor of her late father, Bryon Riese, and was restored with parts from a Wonder engine.
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