Gas Engine Magazine 1988 February A History Of Termatt And Monahan Company

Gas Engine Magazine 1988 February A History Of Termatt And Monahan Company

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Gas Engine Magazine 1988 February A History Of Termatt And Monahan Company
 
Gas Engine Magazine 1988 February Robert Redford's Tractor
56 Pages
Table of Contents
Reflections, by C. H. Wendel, 2
Collector Allan Riley, by Don Riley  12
EDGE&TA Branch 26, by Anita Watters  13
Weber Engine Saved From Foundry, by Keith Borland  14
A History Of Termatt And Monahan Company, reprinted from the 1987 Badger
Steam and Gas Engine Club program book 16
Mystery Engine Identified And Revived, by Glenn Karch  18
Southland Flywheelers Show Report, by Wayne Tribble  19
Robert Redford's Tractor, by Gerry and Margaret Lestz 20
As I See It, by Norm Stuckey - 21
Photo Album22 & 23
Tri-State's No. 22: The 1987 Portland Show, by Donald L. Siefker  24
A "FRIEND" Indeed, by Gary D. Jarvis 25
Helping Hooves, by Harold V. Green  28
Olds 6 HP Gas Engine, by Ronald Haney 30

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