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.
Check-out this reader’s letter detailing a life-long love of gas engine collectables and consider helping him out tracking down an engine for his Oldsmar.
Check out these pictures of a 2hp Temple Pace Maker Inverted pumping engine that’s been restored and runs today.
Help this reader track down a manual for an old Pine Tree milking engine, so he can get started refurbishing his.
Harry Seidensticker’s 1907 4hp Atlas engine is sure a well-traveled one, ending up in Texas by way of Indiana, while exchanging a few hands along the way.
From shed to shop, Bob Gill and Gene George managed to haul the carcass of a 12hp 1913 Fairbanks-Morse Model NB engine and restore its original splendor.
The Frank E. Tremper ignition system was one of the earliest systems developed and its signature spring-loaded contact helped increase engine longevity.
Vertical engines like this one at the Coolspring Power Museum powered lighting, air compressors, and water pumps in compressor stations.
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