Inside the May issue of Gas Engine Magazine,
on newsstands April 28
The Tradition of Passing Down Engines — Mike Trotnic’s mentor passed down a 1906 2-1/2 HP hopper-cooled Foos and a 1900 2-1/2 HP tank-cooled Challenge, a tradition the Parsons, Kan., man plans to continue with his grandchildren. Page 20
Making Sense of Briggs & Stratton Serial Numbers — Briggs & Stratton engines’ early records often don’t match the solid evidence, so Everett Hayden of Tucson, Ariz., asks collectors to contribute original serial numbers to a new database. Page 22
A Bull Dog Gets Its Bark Back — In the final installment of a four-part series, Peter Rooke puts the finishing touches on his Bates & Edmonds Bull Dog, tests the engine and builds a cart to move it. Page 6
100 Years of Economy Engines — Economy engines, a line of simple machines for the common man, were produced by Sears, Roebuck & Co.’s gas engine division 100 years ago this year. It’s also been 95 years since the first Hercules-built Economy was produced. Page 14
The World-Traveling Lister — Tom Jamboretz, St. Louis, Mo., tracks his 1929 2 HP Lister D’s travels from its assembly in England, through Asia, Canada and Michigan. Page 17
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