A reader tells us that a mysterious device might be a Bourke engine but is it?
A Canadian-built Julien engine possesses similarities to a Waterloo and ties to the U.S.
A reader wants to confirm that an engine with a missing identification tag is, in fact, an Colbert American Boy.
The proud owner of an Alamo Empire engine sends in before and after photos after finishing its restoration.
A reader suspects that an unknown engine from the previous issue might be a Bourke engine.
A reader sends in photos of his Alamo engine, which closely resembles an unidentified engine from a previous issue.
A reader says that an unidentified engine in the April/May issue is definitely a drag saw engine, possibly a Ward, Wade or Vaughn.
A reader seeks more information and parts for his Baker Monitor engine.
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