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Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Schramm Compressor Info Needed

Letter submitted by Joe Mathis

In search of information on a Schramm compressor with Piston Displacement 15 that was in the December/January issue.


Coolspring Spotlight: Circa-1906 16hp Callahan

Article by the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Check out this Coolspring Power Museum’s circa-1906 16hp Callahan that once worked at a trackside watering station for the Sante Fe Railway.


Antique Engine Gifts Plant Seed for New Generation

Story and photos by Bill Vossler

Read about how a chance encounter and a gift of a 1914 2-1/2hp Hired Hand inspired Jason Peterson to start his own gas engine collection with his kids.


One of a Kind: 1913 2-1/2hp Hippe-Steiner

Story and photos by Bill Vossler

Join Howard Fischer as he recounts discovering a unique 1913 2-1/2hp Hippe-Steiner gas engine that appears to be the only one still in existence.


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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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