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October/November 2017

Volume 52, No. 6
Time warp 6 hp Gade sees the light of day for the first time since 1918.


Family Jewel: Circa-1918 Gade Engine
An original 6 hp Gade engine changes hands for the first time.
By Loretta Sorensen

Hot Air Engines at the 2017 Coolspring Show
More than 200 hot air engines, fans, toys and models made an appearance at the Coolspring spring show.
By Woody Sins

The Unusual 1910 Stickney
An Iowa engine collector acquires and restores a 1910 Stickney, right down to the cart.
By Bill Vossler

Vintage Gas Engine Oilers
A study in three types of vintage engine oilers and how they work.
By Andrew K. Mackey


Finding Vintage Engines
Despite popular belief that the well’s running dry, finding vintage engines in barns and elsewhere still happens.
By Richard Backus

Flywheel Forum
Seeking Information on Tiny Tim Generator; Sears Economy Engine Questions; Shaw Du-All Walk-Behind Tractor Model Identification.

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