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Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Replacement Springs for Sattley Engine

By Bill Gingerich

A reader needs help finding replacement springs and full specifications for his 7hp Sattley engine.

Westinghouse Light Plant Wiring Diagrams

By Bob Mitchell

A reader seeks information on his Type E, Model 60 Westinghouse light and power plant.

Around the Corner: 1926 6hp McCormick-Deering Type M

By Robert Meyers

A reader finds a McCormick-Deering Type M engine in a collapsing boathouse and brings it back to running condition.

Blueprints for an Ironwood Engine

By Bob Johnson

A reader seeks blueprints or access to an Ironwood engine, built by high school students in Ironwood, Michigan.


Looking for an Ohlsson & Rice Tiny Tiger Generator Part

By Tyler Daniels

A reader searches for a carburetor diaphragm for his Ohlsson & Rice Tiny Tiger generator as well as any additional information.

Unidentified Estate Sale Engine

By Dale Rieppel

A reader and his grandson have restored an engine bought at a nearby real estate sale, but there’s no tag on it.

Did Fairbanks-Morse Ever Make a 17 hp Z?

By Cristy Miller

A reader’s 17 hp Fairbanks-Morse was never cataloged by its company and there seems to be no literature for it. Can anyone give us any information?

The 2-Stroke Cycle

By Paul Harvey

A look at the development of the 2-stroke engine, a much more efficient invention than the 4-stroke engine before it.


Gas Engine Magazine A_M 16Gas Engine Magazine is your best source for tractor and stationary gas engine information.  Subscribe and connect with more than 23,000 other gas engine collectors and build your knowledge, share your passion and search for parts, in the publication written by and for gas engine enthusiasts! Gas Engine Magazine brings you: restoration stories, company histories, and technical advice. Plus our Flywheel Forum column helps answer your engine inquiries!

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