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Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

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.


Are There Any Exisiting Monovalve Diesel Engines?

By the Farm Collector staff

A reader is curious as to whether any American Monovalve Diesel engines have survived.


The Mighty 175 Otto Engine

By Paul Harvey

This 175 hp Otto engine is one of the largest single-cylinder gas engines in the world and one of only five built.


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Identifying Newest Old Engine

By Ron Sindorf

A reader new to the gas engine hobby needs help identifying his newest old engine.


Jaeger Model 3E Cement Mixer

By Jeff Ashcraft

A reader who acquired his grandfather's Jaeger cement mixer is seeking more information.


Circa-1902 6 hp Fuel-Injected Goold, Shapely & Muir

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Watch video of a circa-1902 Goold, Shapely & Muir running at the 2015 Coolspring Power Museum Summer Expo.


Unknown Lawn Mower Engine Identified

By Mike Semanoff

A reader provides additional information on a lawn mower engine from a previous issue.



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