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Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Patent Page: Callahan's Cam-Stopper Engine

Article by the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Learn how problems with early 4-stroke engines lead W.P. Callahan and Co. to design a cam-stopper intended to reduce wear.


Pine Tree Milker Information

Reader-submitted letter

Mr. Lemsky of Wisconsin writes in to answer a reader’s question regarding a complete decal of a Pine Tree Milker.


Winching 1922 6hp Novo

Letter submitted by Ray Fisher

Check out Ray Fisher’s photos of the 1922 6hp Novo adapted to winch duty for mining and construction.


Fairbanks-Morse and McVicker Buzz Saw Rig

Letter submitted by David Babcock

Check out David Babcock’s vintage photos of a large Fairbanks-Morse and screen-cooled Mcvicker engines as they were in their prime.


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National Gas Engine

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Watch a National gas engine run with a close-up on the details.


1920 Ruston & Hornsby Model L E

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Watch a Ruston & Hornsby paraffin engine run.


Adapted 2-Cylinder Engine Designs

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Help us figure out how many adapted engine designs similar to this Schramm compressor were created, produced, and by which companies.


1921 1-1/2hp Sandwich Engine

 Story and photos by Ryan Anderson

Learn how Ryan Anderson managed to find an old Sandwich engine invoice and track down its corresponding machinery. It’s a reunion 97 years in the making.



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