Reassembly begins with a challenging rebuild phase and finishes with the magneto, fuel system and starter-part 3 of 3.
Story and photos by Andrew Mackey
Disassembly continues and restoration begins with the rods and wrist pins on a pair of rare Jacobsen twin cylinder engines -part 2 of 3.
Andrew Mackey details his interest in Jacobsen engines, a 20-year search and the restoration of a rare 2-cylinder Part 1 of 3.
A reader shares his experience and viewpoint on repainting old engines and other antique equipment.
A reader can’t figure out what the tiny holes in the piston rings of his Westman engine are for.
Reuniting a 1907 Sta-Rite 6 HP engine with its long-lost family — and having a whole lot of fun along the way.
A 1-1/4 HP Baker Monitor VJ gets a well-deserved restoration – Part 1 of 4
How-To: Build the Squarker device to help set ignition timing.
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