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Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Fun Facts: John Deere E and EP Engine Trivia

By Jim White

We add information on the John Deere E and EP engines from the John Deere Archives.


Patent Page: La Verne W. Noyes’ Lighter Engine Base

 By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

A new engine base design by La Verne W. Noyes would have allowed manufacturers to dispense of big, heavy bases.


Circa-1918 Emerson-Brantingham Model U

By Bill Vossler

Glen Westphal prefers to bring odd or uncommon engines to shows, including his Emerson-Brantingham Model U that once belonged to his father.


Evansville Boy Scout Gas Engine

By Jim Saxon

A reader seeks more details about his Evansville Boy Scout engine.


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Fairmont Type QM Help Requested

By Gene A. Trevail

A reader has gasoline and battery questions for his Fairmont Type QM engine.


Remington Oil Engine Information

By Taj Smoker

A reader has a Remington oil engine that he’s not sure what to do with and needs more information.


Novo S Conundrum

By Dennis Rinaldo

A reader doubts the possible build date of his Novo S engine and asks the community for help.


John Smyth or Economy Engine?

By Wayne Marner

A reader is unsure of who manufactured his engine, which has been in his family for around 100 years.



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