Issue #208 of The Old Machinery Magazine is full of engines, tractors and even a windmill to excite our readers, as we are Australia's leading Vintage Machinery Magazine. This month, TOMM is full of articles to cater to everyone's tastes. Tractor enthusiasts are looked after by our featured cover story of the restoration of a 1928 Hart-Parr 'Australian Special', and Dr. Allen Barlow give us an update on the fires that ravaged Southern NSW this past summer. We have three articles for engine lovers, as we cover the Wiscona Pep engine with a very detailed story of its history by Patrick Knight. Ron Irving revists the Masport Super Simplex engine with some more information and new pictures that have come to light, and Tim Keenan shares with us the 100th Anniversary of the engine that powers Drapers Windmill in the UK. As always, we have the history buffs entertained with Peter Evans' story on the Victorian engineers Humble and Nicholson, in his detailed story in the 'Lives of the Engineers'. Ron Haling has a great article on the last Dungowan Rally, with all the trucks, stationary engines and classic cars in Tamworth NSW and for all those who love CAT Machinery and earth moving equipment, we have a story of the newest ACMOC chapter in Australia. We have plenty of news and letters from interested readers, an Identity Reply that stems from a request in issue 124 and a plethora of differing requests in our help section. Last but certainly not least the Classifieds section has fifteen pages chocked full of engines, tractors and others items are up for sale. Grab your new copy of The Old Machinery Magazine online now.