• COOLSPRING VOL 1&2 & DVD PACKAGE

    Get it all with Coolspring Vol. 1 & 2, complete with the Coolspring Museum DVD! For more than 25 years, the Coolspring Power Museum has housed a collection of more than 250 engines in 20 buildings. Read all about 40+ engines profiled in the first two volumes, complete with a visual guide. Perfect for history buffs, museum lovers, and all-around engine fans, this package includes the first two editions of Coolspring as well as the companion DVD.

    Item: 8397

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  • COOLSPRING VOLUME 2: DISCOVERING AMERICA'S FINEST ANTIQUE ENGINE MUSEUM

    Continue to celebrate the world’s finest collection of early and historically significant internal combustion engines with Coolspring, Vol. 2. Featuring 39 different engines from Volume 1, this selection focuses on engines displayed in the five newest buildings at the Coolspring Power Museum in Coolspring, Pa. The perfect companion to Volume 1, we hope the photos and stories shared in Volume 2 will fuel your daydreams until you’re able to make the pilgrimage to America’s finest antique engine museum.

    Item: 8395

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  • COOLSPRING: DISCOVER AMERICA'S FINEST ANTIQUE ENGINE MUSEUM

    New from Gas Engine Magazine Preservations Series: Coolspring, Discovering America’s Finest Antique Engine Museum.

    For more than 25 years, the Coolspring Power Museum in Coolspring, Pa., has been recognized as housing the world’s finest collection of early and historically significant internal combustion engines. Designated a Mechanical Engineering Heritage Collection by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the museum boasts a collection of more than 250 engines in 20 buildings, 40 of which are profiled here in a museum overview edited by former Gas Engine Magazine editor Christian Williams.

    If you’ve visited the museum before, you’ll appreciate the unique selection of engines profiled here. And, if you’ve never had the opportunity to visit Coolspring personally, you’ll simply be amazed to discover the incredible selection of historically important and technically fascinating engines preserved for engine lovers everywhere in the most amazing museum of its kind in Coolspring, Discovering America’s Finest Antique Engine Museum.

    Item: 5442

    Format: Paperback

  • EARLY FARM POWER

    A collection of magazine ads from 1902 to 1938 of International Harvester tractors and equipment, Early Farm Power completes the story of the advertising of the early International Harvester farm tractors. Many of the older tractors in this book are rarely seen, so this volume becomes more of a history book. Also included are ads of the small stationary gasoline engines that furnished power to some of the jobs around the farmstead.

    International Harvester fans will enjoy this peek into the past through ads and images, all from the personal collection of collector Tim Putt.

    Item: 8227

    Author: Tim Putt

    Format: Paperback

  • EARLY FARM TRACTORS: A HISTORY IN ADVERTISING LINE ART

    Providing an interesting glimpse into the steam traction engines and internal combustion tractors that revolutionized the world of farming, this collection focuses on American tractors from the late 1850s to the beginning of the Great Depression. With farm journal advertisements -- dating from 1909 through 1929 -- this account considers how something as ordinary and utilitarian as a tractor seems to have inherent standards of good design, correct proportion, and beauty. Intended for tractor enthusiasts, historians, artists, illustrators, students of industrial design, and graphic art lovers, this fascinating book recounts an important piece of history.

    Item: 6914

    Author: Jim Harter

    Format: Paperback

  • E-BOOK, INTERNATIONAL HOPPER COOLED MODEL LB ENGINES

    Published originally by the International Harvester Company out of Chicago, Ill., this detailed e-book operator's manual presents 52 pages of operation and maintenance instructions along with parts lists and schematics for the specified International Model "LB" Engines.

    INSTANT DELIVERY ITEM: Order this e-book* and it will be delivered directly to your computer — no more waiting for delivery or paying expensive shipping and handling fees.

    * What is an e-book? The e-book is a revolutionary new way to obtain the information and literature you want in a download-and-print version from your personal computer. We have scanned the pages from your favorite original books and manuals, and collected them in an easy-to-use, widely accepted PDF format. Simply purchase the book, download to your desktop with a single click and print. E-books are available at reduced rates due to the elimination of printing and distribution costs.

    Item: 3784
  • E-BOOK, MAYTAG MULTI-MOTOR

    Originally published by Maytag, this is the e-book version of the operation and maintenance instructions for their Multi-Motor gas engine and the Maytag Multi-Motor Swinging Wringer Washing Machine. Schematics and illustrations included. 20 pages.

    INSTANT DELIVERY ITEM: Order this e-book* and it will be delivered directly to your computer — no more waiting for delivery or paying expensive shipping and handling fees.

    *What is an e-book? The e-book is a revolutionary new way to obtain the information and literature you want in a download-and-print version from your personal computer. We have scanned the pages from your favorite original books and manuals, and collected them in an easy-to-use, widely accepted PDF format. Simply purchase the book, download to your desktop with a single click and print. E-books are available at reduced rates due to the elimination of printing and distribution costs.

    Item: 3789
  • E-BOOK, SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. GASOLINE ENGINE INSTRUCTION BOOK

    Originally titled Gasoline Engine Instruction Book, this e-book version of the operator's manual contains 34 pages of operating and maintenance instructions for Sears, Roebuck & Co. engines produced from 1907 to 1913.

    INSTANT DELIVERY ITEM: Order this e-book* and it will be delivered directly to your computer — no more waiting for delivery or paying expensive shipping and handling fees.

    *What is an e-book? The e-book is a revolutionary new way to obtain the information and literature you want in a download-and-print version from your personal computer. We have scanned the pages from your favorite original books and manuals, and collected them in an easy-to-use, widely accepted PDF format. Simply purchase the book, download to your desktop with a single click and print. E-books are available at reduced rates due to the elimination of printing and distribution costs.

    Item: 3790
  • EVERY ONE'S A WINNER DVD

    Hosted by Max Armstrong, it's a friendly family feud between John Deere enthusiast Richard Brand and his son, Bill, a Farmall fan at heart. The two farm and restore tractors together in Nodaway County, Mo. Other features include: 1947 Farmall MV, 1941 John Deere AW, 1961 Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star, 1963 Allis-Chalmers D-15 Birdcage, 1935 John Deere B, 1964 Oliver 770, 1929 Keck-Gonnerman, 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee, 1941 Thieman, 1952 Case LA, 1938 Massey-Harris Pacemaker Orchard, 1955 Allis-Chalmers WD-45, 1952 John Deere GH Hi-Crop and a 1970 International 1026 Hydro. 2002. Run time: 70 minutes.

    Item: 3758

    Format: DVD

  • FAIRBANKS MORSE: 100 YEARS OF ENGINE TECHNOLOGY 1893-1993

    Thanks to the company’s many technological innovations, Fairbanks Morse became known for its quality and ingenuity. Starting in 1830, the company manufactured and marketed a wide array of products, with one of its most well-known being the gasoline engine it began producing in 1893.


    The company’s business plan was simple: Build the best engine. Read about the early days of Fairbanks Morse in this rich and compelling narrative from author C.H. Wendel. The beautiful red-and-gold hardcover book features vintage black-and-white photographs and extensive coverage of various models, including patents, serial numbers, and company chronology. Fairbanks Morse: 100 Years of Engine Technology tells the story of a century of superior engine technology. More than 300 pictures help tell this compelling history. 

    Item: 1080

    Author: C.H. Wendel

    Format: Hardcover

  • FARM COLLECTOR FIELD GUIDE TO MYSTERY FARM TOOLS, VOL. 2

    We’ve all seen at least one in our lifetime. That rusty, worn-looking antique tool that we can’t quite figure out: What does it do? Why was it made? What is it even called? When Farm Collector put together a special edition dedicated solely to these mystery farm tools, readers snatched it up, making it a best-seller. Now, Farm Collector proudly introduces the second volume of the Field Guide to Mystery Farm Tools. This new edition includes more than 160 tools that have been identified and includes a small paragraph explaining what the tool was used for! You’ll read how to identify tools yourself using patents, online collector resources, and books and publications for collectors.

    The guide is separated into six categories: field/crop, farmhouse, livestock, barn/shop, specialty tools and odd lots. Packed with super photos, patent drawings and collector resources, this is a great resource for antique farm equipment collectors.

    Plus, there are 24 tools we couldn’t identify. Can you?

    Item: 7399

    Format: Paperback

  • FARM ENGINES AND HOW TO RUN THEM

    Originally published in the early 1900s, this classic, comprehensive handbook was referred to by young engineers as they prepared for their licensing examinations. In addition to containing several hundred questions and answers that were given as part of many exams, Farm Engines and How to Run Them fully describes every part of a farm engine and boiler, giving complete directions for the safe and economical management of both. Included are chapters on farm engine economy (with special attention to traction and gasoline farm engines) and a chapter on the science of successful threshing. The book abounds with precision artwork and cutaway illustrations showing the different parts of a boiler and engine, and nearly every make of traction engine (including those made by Case, Nichols and Shepard, and Buffalo Pitts). Farm Engines and How to Run Them will appeal to everyone from farm and vehicle enthusiasts to students of industrial technology and agricultural history.

    Item: 8263

    Author: James H. Stephenson

    Format: Paperback

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