Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

1912 Stover 4 hp Vertical Engine

By Ike Lockridge

Ike Lockridge turns a Stover vertical from a wreck into a running engine.


An Engine Named Gus – Part 1 of 2

By Paul Harvey

Introducing Gus, an engine designed and built by a Swedish immigrant named Gustaf Joranson.


Big Bore: 1907 1,100 hp Snow

By Richard Backus

The Northwest Michigan Engine and Threshers Club rescues a titan of an engine.


Are There Any Exisiting Monovalve Diesel Engines?

By the Farm Collector staff

A reader is curious as to whether any American Monovalve Diesel engines have survived.


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The Mighty 175 Otto Engine

By Paul Harvey

This 175 hp Otto engine is one of the largest single-cylinder gas engines in the world and one of only five built.


Identifying Newest Old Engine

By Ron Sindorf

A reader new to the gas engine hobby needs help identifying his newest old engine.


Jaeger Model 3E Cement Mixer

By Jeff Ashcraft

A reader who acquired his grandfather's Jaeger cement mixer is seeking more information.


Circa-1902 6 hp Fuel-Injected Goold, Shapely & Muir

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Watch video of a circa-1902 Goold, Shapely & Muir running at the 2015 Coolspring Power Museum Summer Expo.