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Dr. Paul Harvey bought his first internal combustion engine as a high school sophomore in 1958 and continued buying them until he had enough to hold an exhibition in 1976. That’s when flywheels really began spinning.
Dr. Harvey, 72, a family physician, is co-founder of the Coolspring Power Museum, with its collection of 300 internal combustion engines (75 percent of them operational) that occupy 22 buildings on a family farm behind his house in the village of Coolspring, Jefferson County. The industrial engines date from the 1880s to the post-World War II era.
From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday through next Saturday, the museum will hold its Fall Exposition and Swap Meet on museum grounds with about 200 exhibitors and up to 3,000 people expected to attend. ..... click link above to continue reading ...........
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