From what I can piece together talking with about 7 different people... Mike White tried to keep thing going with another person, he ended up with a bunch of parts and castings, but not much in molds. I'm in communication with the other person, but haven't asked permission to reveal their name. They started the VernalEngineering. com website when Bruce passed, but the site was abandoned a couple years later (I picked up the domain name last week, just in case). I had emailed Mike when the site disappeared to see if he was going to abandon things and had any castings to sell, but he quit responding after the second reply to me. I sent an offer to him to buy out what he had, but I guess he didn't take kindly to it. Bill Reece got the molds for the cylinder and prop hub, it was the original M5 cylinder that Bruce had modified to make the Super 7 cylinder. As far as I have found it was the only M5 mold and had been heavily modified. There is a chance that a place in Utah has some of the fixturing for making small parts like bushings and such, but haven't received a response from them. I have no clue who holds the actual rights to any of Bruce's stuff, his wife passed before he did and I never asked Bruce if he had children. We usually just talked machining and engines. I would like to make the VernalEngineering site a tribute to Bruce's work, including making his old original site available for those who want it for reference (and give credit to Ron Chernich too). Also, there were a lot of people who made parts for the engines that Bruce recommended on his site that I would like to bring forward again for people interested in the engines. What I don't want is to do it and step on any toes of people who think they have exclusive rights to anything. I made a new mold for the connecting rod waxes a few years ago, and started the cylinder mold but things came up and I didn't finish it. I ran across all of it moving stuff up to a new shop where I can do casting work again and it rekindled the interest. I hadn't heard about Paul Knapp getting the molds, but maybe he worked something out with Mike White?