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Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

1921 2hp Waterloo Boy K

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

This 1921 2hp Waterloo Boy K was restored by Emma Riese in honor of her late father, Bryon Riese, and was restored with parts from a Wonder engine.

Oldsmar Tractor Memories

Letter submitted by Craig Orme

Check-out this reader’s letter detailing a life-long love of gas engine collectables and consider helping him out tracking down an engine for his Oldsmar.

Temple Pace Maker Pumping Engine

Letter submitted by Stiles Bradley

Check out these pictures of a 2hp Temple Pace Maker Inverted pumping engine that’s been restored and runs today.

Pine Tree Milking Engine

Letter submitted by Gil Mangels

Help this reader track down a manual for an old Pine Tree milking engine, so he can get started refurbishing his.


The Atlas Engine: An Indiana Engine in Texas

Story by Glenn Thompson

Harry Seidensticker’s 1907 4hp Atlas engine is sure a well-traveled one, ending up in Texas by way of Indiana, while exchanging a few hands along the way.

The 42-Year Itch: Fairbanks-Morse Model NB

Story by Charles Wise

From shed to shop, Bob Gill and Gene George managed to haul the carcass of a 12hp 1913 Fairbanks-Morse Model NB engine and restore its original splendor.

Patent Page: Make-and-Break Ignition Systems

Article by the Gas Engine Magazine staff

The Frank E. Tremper ignition system was one of the earliest systems developed and its signature spring-loaded contact helped increase engine longevity.

Learning the Ropes with Galloway Engines

Story by Bill Vossler | Photos by Jim Faith

Join Dana Kehoe as he discusses his experience restoring a 1910 1-3/4 hp Air Cooled Galloway and how he discovered a love for restoring old gas engines.


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