Who invented the first gas motor?

Answer The first gas motor is believe to have been invented in 1824 by English engineer Samuel Brown. Historical accounts claim the inventor adapted a steam engine to burn gas and powered a vehicle to run... Read More »

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Who invented motor oil?

Charles Wakefield invented motor oil. In 1899, Wakefield set up an oil company and developed the motor oil lubricant. His invention was called Castrol Oil and it revolutionized transport in the fir... Read More »

Who invented the jet motor for boats?

Sir William Hamilton from New Zealand invented the jet motor for boats in 1954. The drive in this type of boat blows out the water and thrusts the boat forward, operating much differently than a pr... Read More »

When was the Tecumseh motor invented?

On Oct. 5, 1971, Theodore W. Rundell, of Tecumseh, Michigan, along with assignee, Tecumseh Products Company, also of Tecumseh, Michigan, was awarded patent No. 3,610,784 for his Electric Motor and ... Read More »

When was the motor grader invented?

Although there were wooden horse-drawn graders for years before the motor grader, the actual motor grader was invented in 1903 by entrepreneurs. The grader is now typically pulled behind a tractor.... Read More »