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.
A reader shares photos of a Fairbanks-Morse that were probably taken in the mid-1910s.
A reader writes in inquiring about Arrow engines he saw running oil wells.
A reader sends in photos of a Tiny Tim generator sold by Sears, Roebuck & Co.
A reader seeks information on the type and manufacture date of his Sears Economy engine.
This Schleicher, Schumm at the Coolspring Power Museum was originally built for hydraulic elevator service.
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