By the Gas Engine Magazine staff
The Brayton engine is claimed to be the first commercially successful engine of purely American design.
Superior gas engines like this one at the Coolspring Power Museum shared components with oil field engines but had dual-ignition systems.
We take a look at what could have been the first overhead cam engine, patented by an engineer in 1892.
This circa-1900 Star engine at the Coolspring Power Museum used to operate a wood and metal working shop.
A circa-1926 14hp Hercules Economy S engine is the gem of a Minnesota man’s engine collection and a conundrum.
Watch a twin sideshaft hit-and-miss Briggs & Stratton conversion engine run.
Check out Chris Epping's 8hp Callahan cam stopper engine running.
This Evans gas engine at the Coolspring Power Museum appears to have a modified steam engine frame, and may be served at the Allegheny Arsenal.
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