COLLECTORS WORK TO SAVE ABANDONED ENGINES
Inside the June-July issue of Gas Engine Magazine, on newsstands May 25
Collector Needs Help to Save Abandoned Engines — An East Texas collector looks for a group to restore two complete Fairbanks-Morse engines he discovered in an abandoned cotton gin.
Waterloo Engine Still Grinding Apples After 86 Years — The 25-horsepower Waterloo Boy engine at Fly Creek Cider Mill in upstate New York helps produce 20,000 gallons of apple cider annually — just like it has since 1924.
Club Continues Heavy Restoration of Cross-breed Engine — The North Jersey Antique Engine and Machinery Club finally gets its Oil City Boiler Works/South Penn cross-breed engine to run after fixing the valve assembly and installing the cooling system and supply piping. Part 5 of a 6-part series.
Monarch Engine Gets a Royal Restoration — Peter Rooke continues restoring a 1-3/4-horsepower Monarch, focusing on the governor weight, igniter, magneto and muffler. Part 2 of 3.
Collector Gives 1913 Associated Engine a Fresh Lease on Life — A North Carolina collector restores his 6-horsepower engine to look and run like new.
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