In search of information on a Schramm compressor with Piston Displacement 15 that was in the December/January issue.
Reader is looking to find more about the “K Motor” that weighs about 70 pounds and has a single cylinder and flywheel.
Check out this Coolspring Power Museum’s circa-1906 16hp Callahan that once worked at a trackside watering station for the Sante Fe Railway.
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.
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.
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.
Mr. Lemsky of Wisconsin writes in to answer a reader’s question regarding a complete decal of a Pine Tree Milker.
Check out Ray Fisher’s photos of the 1922 6hp Novo adapted to winch duty for mining and construction.
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