Gas Engines
The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

The Lister Lad

Meet Jo Roberts' nephew, Damian Roberts – a chap with a passion for the Lister legacy.

Custom Scale Model Engine Builder

South Carolina man converts his hobby of building scale model engines into a second career.

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Gas Engine Restoration

Gas Engine Restoration

For the first time, a detailed step-by-step guide to stationary gas engine restoration has been written for engine enthusiasts. From start to finish, Peter Rooke's newly revised, easy-to-follow narrative will impress and educate both new and experienced hobbyists with exhaustive coverage of the process.

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Features four Case tractors, a Case automobile, 1957 Farmall 230, 1965 John Deere 3020 Hi-Crop, 1953 Farmall Cub, 1939 McCormick-Deering O-14, 1955 John Deere 70 LP, 1920 Samson M Cane, 1944 Oliver 70 American Beauty, 1971 Allis-Chalmers One-Sixty with Roto Baler, 1936 Massey-Harris Challenger, 1951 Gibson Model I, 1940 Minneapolis-Moline Model R and a 1954 Cockshutt 50 Row Crop. In addition to these great tractors, see the 150th Indiana State Fair Tractor Parade! 2006. Run time: 90+ minutes.

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Long before the Internet and high-speed travel connected us all, The Farmer’s Wife magazine gave hard-working rural women a place to find — and share — advice about everything from raising chickens to running a farm kitchen. One of the magazine’s most popular offerings was advice on cooking and baking, providing farm family recipes for making everything from basic bread to nourishing stews and delicious desserts. The Best of The Farmer’s Wife Cookbook brings together 400 easy-to-follow recipes and variations along with dozens of menus that originated in farm kitchens nationwide and appeared on the pages of the magazine between 1893 and 1939.

Readers will be able to prepare these foods easily and quickly, because the recipes have been updated to match the conveniences and ingredients of the modern kitchen. The Best of The Farmer’s Wife Cookbook is sure to satisfy readers in search of the flavors of farm country or those simply on the lookout for a piece of homegrown nostalgia.

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