Gas Engines

The hobby of collecting antique engines, past and present.

Challenge Engine Line a Lesser-Known Classic

By Leslie C. McManus

Challenge gas engines are a highly collectible but lesser-known product from a company best recognized for its windmills.

It's a Small World for a Minnesota Model Maker

By Bill Vossler

Model maker Neal James of rural Elk River, Minn., has built 27 engines, including seven gasoline engines.

The Art of Metal Spinning

By Bob Crowell

Metal spinning artisan helps tractor restorers solve parts puzzle.

From the Long Blue Line: A Lindsay-Alamo Engine

By Joyce E. McLain

Michigan collector prizes unusual Lindsay-Alamo engine.


Remembering the Alamo

By Farm Collector staff

Tag treatment masked engines' identity

Iron Age Ads

By Farm Collector staff

A Logical Partner

By Jim Lacey

Waterloo pump jack offers historic sidenote

Motor Wheel at the Heart of Briggs & Stratton History

Leslie McManus

Bicycles, scooters, flyers – even skaters, all powered by Briggs & Stratton motor wheels


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