Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Coolspring Spotlight: 1901 50 hp Westinghouse Generating Set

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

This Westinghouse generating set at the Coolspring Power Museum was designed to operate for extended periods of time, making it ideal for electric power generation.

A Really Big Fairbanks-Morse Z

By Bill Vossler

An engine collector’s large 1931 Fairbanks-Morse Z features an updated fuel pump provided by the company and a truck made of steel.

Half-Scale Gardner Model 0 Build – Part 1 of 2

By Peter Rooke

Peter Rooke starts a new project, but instead of restoring an old engine, Peter builds a Gardner Model 0 from a kit of castings.

1927 17 hp Fairbanks-Morse Z

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

Watch video of Cristy Miller's 1927 17 hp Fairbanks-Morse Z running.


Dan Newendorp's Circa-1913 Associated Chore Boy

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

A circa-1913 Associated Chore Boy engine makes an appearance at the 2018 Old Threshers Reunion in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.

Unknown Antique Marine Engine

 Dave Lees

A reader seeks any information on the origin and manufacturer of his marine engine found in the Chesapeake Bay.

Coolspring Spotlight Circa-1896 3 hp Warren No. 1

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

A circa-1896 3 hp Warren brought to the museum in 1993 is a very rare inverted-vertical engine.

The White Lily Engine Connection

By Glenn Thompson

The story of the White Lily Washer Co., the Schmidt Bros. Co. Engine Works and a White Lily engine in Texas.


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