Gas Engines

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An Engine Named Gus – Part 2 of 2

By Paul Harvey

Visiting Gus’ maker, the Carl Anderson Co., and its successor, W.C. Anderson Co.


1915 Fairbanks-Morse

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Watch video of a 1915 Fairbanks-Morse running at the 2015 Coolspring Power Museum Summer Expo.


Help Us Identify This Engine!

By Webb Marner

A reader needs information on something that may or may not be an engine.


Is This a Jacobsen Engine?

By Ron Martin

A reader seeks information on his engine that some people have told him might be a Jacobsen engine off a mower.


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Help Identify This 1920s Engine

By Ivan DeVries

A reader seeks information on what looks like an Alamo engine.


1912 Stover 4 hp Vertical Engine

By Ike Lockridge

Ike Lockridge turns a Stover vertical from a wreck into a running engine.


An Engine Named Gus – Part 1 of 2

By Paul Harvey

Introducing Gus, an engine designed and built by a Swedish immigrant named Gustaf Joranson.


Big Bore: 1907 1,100 hp Snow

By Richard Backus

The Northwest Michigan Engine and Threshers Club rescues a titan of an engine.



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