Many of the best-known engines came from Wisconsin. So did many of the least known, including the Oshkosh and Wiscona Pep.
Type E engines delivered dependable, maintenance-free operation.
Dick Vye's very original Olds engine is a hit at shows
An early Nelson engine resurfaces as a family heirloom after several decades.
Engine expert Ron Cairns requests information on Winch engine found in a fishing village.
A reader sends in photos of an unidentified engine with a square-cylinder.
A reader has a Lauson engine he believes that has never been run outside of a test run.
A tale of two Fairbanks-Morse Model 45B engines owned by Mike Messner.
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