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  • Rider Improved Hot Air
  • Austral Oil Engine
  • Richard Hornsby
  • Samson Engine
  • Commercial Gas Engine
  • Lorenz - Czechoslovakia
  • Rumely OilPull
  • Allan Brothers
  • Goold, Shapley & Muir
  • Victory Oil Motor
  • Jaeger Cement Mixer
  • Rider Ericsson Hot Air
  • Bessemer Gaso-Kero
  • Fairbanks-Morse

The invention of the internal combustion engine in the mid-1800's changed the lives of people everywhere. Gasoline powered engines could do the work of several men. Engines could pump water, power machine tools, saw firewood, and transport people over long distances.

Today, enthusiasts across the globe dedicate themselves to the preservation of the few remaining specimens of these rare examples of our technological heritage.

Kelley and Rob, from La Habra, in Southern California, are avid engine collectors who enjoy the thrill of finding engines, the many months of restoration, and then sharing the engines at shows and with our friends across the globe.

The focus of our collection is on rare and unusual engines, displaying a variety of ideas and technologies that have led to the sophisticated engines we use today. We hope you enjoy your visit here.

Rob & Kelley

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