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Gas Engines

Engines-A-Z

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Maytag Co., Newton, Iowa

Manufacturer: Maytag Co., Newton, IowaModel: 92 Year: 1937 Serial number: 791010 Horsepower: 3/4 hp Bore and stroke: 2-1/2in x 2in Ignition: Magneto Type FY-ED4 Additional info: Luke, age 9 at the time of submission, likes to work on old rusty iron with Grandpa. Owner: Luke Barbian, c/o Charlie Barbian, Alexandria, KYWant more antique engines? Check out our Antique Gas Engine ...

Gas Engines Collections

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Goes and Goes Right: New Way Collection

James Johnson got interested in gas engines when he made the 1,600-mile trip from his home in Chehalis, Washington, to the WMSTR (Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion) show in Rollag, Minnesota, in 1980. Now 76, James had been there with his father in 1955, but that 1980 trip was different. “Since my dad had passed away, I spent a lot of time with my father’s brothers, ...

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Gas Engines Company History

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Tracing the Career of Frank M. Underwood Part 4

The latest in the F.M. Underwood series, this installment focuses on his engine design influence in relation to the Sandusky Automobile Co. On March 12, 1900, the Sandusky Star reported, “The Sandusky Automobile and Gas Engine Co. has set up all of the machinery recently purchased in Bucyrus, has fitted up its plant in first-class style and has commenced operations. It is ...

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Young Iron Revisited: Following In His Grandfather’s Footsteps

We checked in with enthusiast Jordan Friedrich after more than 10 years have gone by. His old iron interest and collection has grown as he picks up where his grandfather, George Shand, left off. Q. How many engines do you currently have in your collection? A. In my collection there are approximately 17 engines. Of those engines, 10 engines are mine (four of which came from a ...

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Company History

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Tracing the Career of Frank M. Underwood Part 4

The latest in the F.M. Underwood series, this installment focuses on his engine design influence in relation to the Sandusky Automobile Co. On March 12, 1900, the Sandusky Star reported, “The Sandusky Automobile and Gas Engine Co. has set up all of the machinery recently purchased in Bucyrus, has fitted up its plant in first-class style and has commenced operations. It is ...

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Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines