The Antique Implement Society (AIS) was formed in 1977 as the non-profit arm of Western Antique Power, Incorporated. In 1999, the role of the AIS was changed to focus on educating visitors about the use, operation and history of large antique gas and oil engines built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s during the Industrial Revolution.
Mission: To present, exhibit and interpret large vintage engines and powered machinery of rare and valued lineage.
Meetings: Dates are random. Meetings are held at Antique Powerland.