Watch a 1910 National gas engine imported to Italy from France run in Castelnovo di Sotto.
We dug into the archives and found a photo of a Safety Vapor Engine sent in by a reader from the 1970s. Where is the reader and the engine now?
An old Briggs & Stratton, manufactured around 1950, saves the day after it’s put to use in a flooded yard.
By the Gas Engine Magazine staff
The Brayton engine is claimed to be the first commercially successful engine of purely American design.
A reader shares Worthington gas compressor engines from the past housed in an Oklahoma pumping station.
Five ledgers hold the history of the John Deere E engine line as Jim White informs us.
A reader’s father seeks assistance in identifying his engine, which says only “Milker” on the water tank and shows no serial number.
Superior gas engines like this one at the Coolspring Power Museum shared components with oil field engines but had dual-ignition systems.
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