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TAG : April/May 2015

Unknown Diesel Engine

I received the engine in the above photo from a friend. I can find no identification and no markings of any kind. It is a hopper-cooled engine with a detachable radiator and belt-driven fan. It is an enclosed diesel with an uncommon injection system. I am hoping someone can help me identify the ...

Wisconsin Engines at Work

 Regular contributor David Babcock sends more photos of engines at work in Wisconsin. The photo above shows a 5 HP Galloway, “Doing her stuff as neighbors help,” David writes.  The second image, shows a log saw belted to a stationary engine that David identifies as a Gilson. “You ...

Fairbanks-Morse Diesel Engine

Here’s a terrific photograph from the collection of the Miracle of America Museum in Polson, Montana. The photo shows what looks to be a 50 HP Fairbanks-Morse Type YV 2-stroke diesel of the type made in the mid-1920s. The truck carrying it is a GMC from that period. The truck looks awfully ...

2015 Collectible Show Season

The 2015 show season is upon us, and for me that means deciding which shows to attend. Unfortunately, I’ve discovered that my show habits are kind of like my eating habits; My eyes are almost always bigger than my stomach, as I seem to believe I can attend more shows than the reality of work ...

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Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines