The Engines of Lansing
Lansing was once a center for manufacturing and distribution of stationary engines. “Stationary Engine” was a generic term for and internal combustion engine that was used, in many cases on farms, for a wide variety of uses prior to the introduction of electricity. Around a dozen Lansing businesses were engaged in this activity. Covers companies such as:
- Acme, and more!
Also included are vehicle engines from Oldsmobile and Reo.
70 page, highly illustrated, soft cover book written by Dave Pfaff covering stationary, truck, automotive and marine engines.