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Tips and tricks for restoring and repairing antique tractors, gas engines and steam traction engines.

Interstate Tractor Co.

By Bill Vossler

The Short History of Plowboy and Plowman Tractors

Modeler's Corner

By Rusty Hopper

Scale Updates

Little Sod Buster

By Jim Deibler

With a Little Time on his Hands, an Iowa Collector Crafts his own /D-powered Tractors


Oil Industry Chronology

by Gas Engine Staff

Using Aluminum Soldering for Engine Repair

Brad E. Smith

Simple aluminum soldering can be used for many aspects of repair

How To: Remove Rusty Pipe Plugs, Head Plugs and Screws

Bud Motry

Rusted? Frozen? Just plain stuck? Learn tips to remove various types of stuck pipe plugs and head plugs


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