A new engine base design by La Verne W. Noyes would have allowed manufacturers to dispense of big, heavy bases.
Glen Westphal prefers to bring odd or uncommon engines to shows, including his Emerson-Brantingham Model U that once belonged to his father.
A museum staff member shares a Beilfuss automobile engine that was donated to the museum.
A reader shares his scale gas engines and conveyer he built to load and unload his engines.
A reader seeks more details about his Evansville Boy Scout engine.
A reader has gasoline and battery questions for his Fairmont Type QM engine.
A reader has a Remington oil engine that he’s not sure what to do with and needs more information.
A reader doubts the possible build date of his Novo S engine and asks the community for help.
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