A 28-year-old engine fan restores a 98-year-old Baker Monitor VJ engine.
This Connelly gas engine at the Coolspring Power Museum has characteristics of different generations of the Connelly design.
A reader needs information on his United Type A engine, which is missing its fuel tank.
We share a photo from our archives of a Sandwich engine at the Museum of Transportation.
A reader shares a Leader Iron Works engine that has been in his family since the 1930s.
A reader is seeking a Lauson engine expert to help with his Frost King Junior.
A reader positively identifies a 2-stroke, 2-cylinder engine from a previous issue.
Readers respond about the original purpose of a Hercules combine engine.
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