Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

More Tiny Tim Generator Information

By Ken Karrow

A reader responds to another reader’s Tiny Tim generator from a past issue.


Possible Identity for a Sears Briggs & Stratton Engine

By Warren Landis

A reader thinks he can identify a Briggs & Stratton engine from a previous issue.


Bates & Edmonds Air Compressor Questions

By Jim Brown

A reader wants to hear from anyone who can shed some light on a Bates & Edmonds vertical engine.


Coolspring Spotlight: Circa-1905 10 hp Klein Model 5

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

This Klein Model 5 runs hit-and-miss controlled by a pendulum governor, unlike earlier Transit engines.


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Elevator Engine: 1942 Ruston & Hornsby Mark CR

By Glenn Thompson

A 17 hp Ruston & Hornsby Mark CR engine and a brief history of Ruston & Hornsby Ltd.


Show Time! 1907 1,100 hp Snow Engine

By Richard Backus

The Northwest Michigan Engine & Threshers Club meets its goal to revive a massive Snow engine.


1919 7 hp Baker Monitor VJ

By Bill Vossler

A 28-year-old engine fan restores a 98-year-old Baker Monitor VJ engine.


Coolspring Spotlight: Circa-1893 10 hp Connelly

By the Gas Engine Magazine staff

This Connelly gas engine at the Coolspring Power Museum has characteristics of different generations of the Connelly design.



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