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.
Vertical engines like this one at the Coolspring Power Museum powered lighting, air compressors, and water pumps in compressor stations.
Only a handful of 4-cycle engines made in the U.S. have survived, including this 7hp Schleicher-Schumm.
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.
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.
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