20 Years Ago


| April 2006

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    Raymond’s daughters Kristi and?Jody at the 1984 East Tennessee Crank-up.
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    Kristi sits by the Bull’s Eye during restoration
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    Raymond?Scholl’s restored 4 HP Type GE Bull’s Eye.
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    Robert Mackey, son of Andrew Mackey, ringing the ADT?alarm bell on his father’s Home Light Plant as people pass by.
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    Alice Harsch with her two tractors: a 25 HP Type D Titan and a 20 HP Type B International.

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Reminiscing Gas Engine Magazine

Every month we revisit 20-year-old memories, and through the process three things tend to stick out: spectacular engines, women and children. It is a wonderful thing to see women interested in such a male-dominated hobby, and that someone would choose to get their children involved is priceless. Genuine, down-home hobbies are something lost in children today. With that said, the April 1986 issue of Gas Engine?Magazine was really more about the photos - the brief glimpses into our past ­- than words. So take a look and delight in the past. See you next month for more reminiscing and more fun.