Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Tank-Cooled Stover Engine

By Bill Vossler

Jim Keenan’s rare 1904 5 hp Stover engine might be the last of its kind.


Ship to Shore: Cummins Model F Engine 8149

By Charles Wise

Built to special order, Cummins diesel engine 8149 had a very special life before finding its way to the engine show circuit.


Seeking Simplicity: The McVicker Automatic

By the Gas Engine Magazine Staff

Patent Page: Walter J. McVicker’s patent for the McVicker Automatic Gas & Gasoline Engine.


Oshkosh and Wiscona Pep Engines

By Bill Vossler

Many of the best-known engines came from Wisconsin. So did many of the least known, including the Oshkosh and Wiscona Pep.


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Breaking the Mold: John Deere Type E Engines

By Chris Boyens

Type E engines delivered dependable, maintenance-free operation.


Circa-1890 6 hp Olds Engine

By Dick Vye

Dick Vye's very original Olds engine is a hit at shows


Nelson Engine One for the Ages

By Loretta Sorensen

An early Nelson engine resurfaces as a family heirloom after several decades.


Seeking Information on Winch Engine

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Engine expert Ron Cairns requests information on Winch engine found in a fishing village.



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