Inside the June issue of Gas Engine Magazine,
on newsstands May 26
Rehabbing a 1926 Model FH Briggs & Stratton — After an Indianapolis man purchases a 1926 Model FH Briggs & Stratton engine on eBay, he finds multiple “surprises” to fix once he begins its restoration. Page 8
Spotlight on Young Collector — Palm, Pa., resident Brent Haldeman, 26, talks about his love of collecting gas engines, his collection and how he hopes his daughter will follow in his footsteps. Page 15
Making a Versatile Carburetor for a 15 HP Reid — This 1898 Reid engine still runs every day in a Quincy, Mich., shop. To save money and fuel without affecting performance, see how the owner makes his own carburetor to work with both propane and gasoline. Page 11
Creating a Full-scale Model of an 1883 Economic Engine — When an old magazine cover catches a Little Rock, Ark., man’s eye, he sets out to find the engine displayed in the image. After careful research but no luck, he builds a full-scale model of the 1883 one-half “manpower” Economic engine. Page 25
New Fuller & Johnson Dealership and Museum Steps Back in Time — Volunteers with Wisconsin’s Badger Steam and Gas Engine Club create a replica of an original Fuller & Johnson dealership to house a company museum, complete with memorabilia and engines. Page 30
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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.
About Ogden Publications Inc.
Ogden Publications Inc. (www.OgdenPubs.com) is the leading information resource serving the sustainable living, rural lifestyle, farm memorabilia and classic motorcycle communities. Key brands include Mother Earth News, Natural Home, Utne Reader, Capper’s and Grit. Ogden Publications also provides insurance and financial services through its Capper’s Insurance Service division.
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