For those of you who missed out on my local show, you missed out. It was well worth attending. It is primarily a fundraiser for the local fire department that has since turned into a significant antique tractor show. In the recent years, there have been a lot of of small engines and garden tractors coming in.
Here is a whirlwind tour of some of the highlights. Believe you me, I only picked highlights.
This beautiful John Deere 110 was done by a local guy. And it is beautiful. Look at that paint shine!
The same fella had a blue patio and a yellow patio.
Another man had a slick Johnson loader with original paint.
This Cub 149 sparkled enough to steal my attention, too. Anymore, you don't see many restored Cubs not out on the pulling track burning alcohol.
I would love to own this crawler.
This old Bessemer engine also caught my eye. It was made around the turn of the century.
Our local Panzer man was there too, with quite the display. He was gone the night my camera wandered around.
Look inside the tent: