Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Is This Really a Colbert American Boy Engine?

By Lynn Tice

A reader wants to confirm that an engine with a missing identification tag is, in fact, an Colbert American Boy.


Alamo Empire Runs and Looks Like New

By Gordon I. Woffenden

The proud owner of an Alamo Empire engine sends in before and after photos after finishing its restoration.


Unknown Engine or Compressor Might be a Bourke Engine

By Magic Bill

A reader suspects that an unknown engine from the previous issue might be a Bourke engine.


Unknown Engine is an Alamo Engine

By Jim Meixell

A reader sends in photos of his Alamo engine, which closely resembles an unidentified engine from a previous issue.


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Identification of a Drag Saw Engine

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

A reader says that an unidentified engine in the April/May issue is definitely a drag saw engine, possibly a Ward, Wade or Vaughn.


Baker Monitor Engine Questions

By Mike Arens

A reader seeks more information and parts for his Baker Monitor engine.


Monovalve 4-Stroke Diesel Engine Patent

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Patent Page: C.A. Winslow's patent for a monovalve engine.


Gilson Type E Farm Engine

By Bill Vossler

Jeff Werner's 1 hp Gilson Type E engine and the Gilson Manufacturing Co.



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