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Inside the December-January 2010 issue of Gas Engine Magazine,
on newsstands Nov. 24
The Perfect Restoration Meets a Perfect Friendship — A Fayetteville, Pa., man spends 3,800 hours restoring a 1910 6-horsepower Geiser engine for another collector, becoming close friends in the process. Page 17
Club Anniversary Inspires Large-scale Restoration — The North Jersey Antique Engine and Machinery Club’s 15-horsepower Oil City Boiler Works/South Penn engine finally makes it home, and club members begin assessing the engine’s needs. Part 2 of a multi-part series. Page 32
Getting a Charge Out of Your Engine — With the fundamentals of magnetism down, Peter Rooke explains how to build your own magnet charger. Part 2 of 2. Page 12
Rare Carl Anderson Co. Engine Gets Modern Modifications — The 100-year-old Carl Anderson Co. engine used as part of the Trail of Faith in Valdese, N.C., gets help from new computerized parts to run consistently and safely. Page 6
Collector Builds His Own Engine — A Tama, Iowa, man builds his own 3-horsepower hit-and-miss engine using extra bar stock, parts found on eBay and lots of ingenuity. Page 23
and much more …
About Gas Engine Magazine
Gas Engine Magazine (www.GasEngineMagazine.com) is a bimonthly publication dedicated to the hobby of collecting antique stationary gas engines. Since 1966, collectors and restorers have turned to Gas Engine Magazine for information about specific models and companies, detailed restorations and event coverage, and to connect with other enthusiasts.
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