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Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club 56th Annual Show

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“The Great Minneapolis Feature”

Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club 56th Annual Show

Aug. 16-18, 2019
7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
S3347 Sand Rd., Baraboo, WI 53913

264-acre show site
Wooded building and exhibit areas
29 acres of free parking
Three-level loading dock

Join us in 2019 as we feature Minneapolis-Moline and the companies that preceded it, including Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co., Twin City, Moline Plow and others.

For more information, or to participate, please contact the following:
Steamers and prairie tractors – Tyler Roudebush, (608) 843-2652
Tractors and implements – Peter Holzman, (608) 635-7772

Primitive camping for exhibitors only. All vehicles other than scooters and powered wheelchairs used by the disabled require proof of insurance.

See antique machines in action:
Steam engines, antique tractors, antique engines, 1901 Keystone steam well drilling rig, sawmills, threshing, silo filling, rock crushing, straw baling, horse-powered rock picker, blacksmith shop, woodworking shop, model engines, old cars and trucks, Fuller & Johnson museum, building with displays for the ladies, parade Saturday and Sunday, huge flea market, arts and crafts, books and decals for sale, free shuttle rides around grounds, good food, homemade pie and ice cream

Driving directions:
Exit 92 off I-90/94, Hwy. 12 east 3.8 miles to Hwy. 33 (Exit 215). West on 33 for 1/2 mile to Sand Road, north on Sand Road 1/2 mile to S3347 Sand Road.

Contact info:
Tyler Roudebush
(608) 843-2652
S3347 Sand Rd.
Baraboo, WI 53913
www.badgersteamandgas.com

Sandwich Early Day Engine Club 48th Annual Show

John Deere engine

The Sandwich Early Day Engine Club 48th annual show will be held June 29 only at the Sandwich Fairgrounds, 1401 Suydam Rd., Sandwich, Illinois. We will feature John Deere engines, tractors and related items. Admission is $5, with free admission for children 12 and under. For more information contact us at (815) 354-5549 or sandwichengineclub@yahoo.com, or visit www.sandwichengineclub.com.

35th Annual Old Trusty Antique Engine & Collectors Show

Oliver tractor

The 35th Annual Old Trusty Antique Engine & Collectors Show, takes place Sept. 9-10, 2017, in Clay Center, Nebraska. Hosting the Minneapolis-Moline Collectors Inc. National Summer Convention. Also featuring Waterloo-built gas engines. Tractor pulls, threshing, corn shelling, ensilage cutting, sawmill, heritage craftsmen, parade daily, antique autos and trucks. Kids pedal pulls, museum quilt show daily, ride the free shuttle. Large indoor-outdoor flea market – antiques, crafts, collectibles and many treasures. Country music and BBQs. Join Friday's tractor drive or trail ride. See big Allis in Ag Hall. Grandstand shows included in admission fee. Come join us! Contact (402) 726-2487; www.oldtrusty.org

Herrs Machine Hydrostatics

Herrs Machine Hydrostatics logo

• Herrs Machine Hydrostatics will repair, rebuild or re-manufacture most brands of hydrostatic transmission pumps, motors and components used on industrial, mobile, agricultural and construction equipment.

• Each unit sent to us is thoroughly cleaned and inspected. All parts are then checked for tolerances and worn, broken or missing parts. If the unit has been updated by the manufacturer, our services will include the most recent updates.

• After a complete evaluation, our skilled technicians will provide a competitive quote for the repair or rebuilding of the hydrostat unit. Upon your approval, the pump, motor or component is then repaired or re-manufactured and tested to ensure like-new performance.

Located in Washington, Kansas, the heart of America, Herrs Machine Hydrostatics is close to everywhere. We can schedule the pick up of your hydrostatic transmission for you with most major truck lines.

herrshydro@gmail.com
785-325-2875

1745 Prospect Blvd.
Washington, Kansas 66968

www.herrshydro.com

Hit-N-Miss Gas Engine Online Auction

John Deere gas engine

Restored John Deere Type E engine. Photos courtesy Oldham Auctions.

Due to death of the owner, the owner’s family has decided to sell his unique collection of hit-and-miss gas engines. Partial listing includes John Deere, Witte, Fuller & Johnson, Stover, International, Maytag, Briggs and more! Oldham Auctions is selling approximately 30-40 restored engines and project engines, along with a variety of parts and related items.

Note: Equipment will be available day of pick-up to help load!

For terms and conditions and to view a complete list of engines, visit the Oldham Auctions website. Bidding closes Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016.

Maytag Model 92

1928 Maytag Engine Model 92.

Hundreds of Old Tractors and Engines Expected at Michigan Flywheelers Show

Belting up Oil Pulls

Hundreds of old flywheel tractors and engines will be on display during the 33rd annual Antique Engine and Tractor Show at the Michigan Flywheelers Museum in South Haven, Michigan.

The show, which takes place Thursday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, Sept. 11, is one of the largest of its kind in the state. Collectors from across the country attend the event each year bringing a wide assortment of antique farm machinery for visitors to see.

“You will see just about every kind of equipment that was used for farming,” said museum president Patrick Ingalls. “We never know what will show up but that’s what makes the show interesting.”

There’s plenty to see besides old machines. A large outdoor flea market with over 200 vendors, daily equipment parades, demonstrations at the blacksmith forge, sawmill and shingle mill and one of the favorite activities – eating sweet corn cooked in a 1923 Nichols and Shepard steam traction engine made in Battle Creek.

“We do get a lot of people that tell us one of the main reasons they look forward to the show every year is for the steamed sweet corn,” added Ingalls.

Other activities include antique and garden tractor pulls, kids events, Thing-A-Ma-Jig parade, consignment auction, valve cover races and more.

“We have a full schedule of activites,” said Ingalls. “This is a family-friendly event and there are plenty of things for kids to do like look for wooden nickels in our Sawdust Pile treasure hunt or play on the wooden tractor in The Barnyard which is our version of a playground.”

South Haven Tractor Cruise

This year’s nightly entertainment starts oldies rocker Joel Coburn on Thursday, entertainer Quentin Flagg on Friday and returning again this year – the Bronk Bros. on Saturday. All evening shows start at 8:30 p.m.

Throughout the show, there will be performances by folk singer Joe Foster, Casco Band and the Michigan Fiddlers.

Saturday is considered “Kid’s Day” at the show. Activities start with Valve Cover Races at 9:30 a.m. followed by Kiddies Pedal Pull at noon, a sawdust pile treasure hunt at 3:30 p.m. and the John Dudley Magic Show at 7 p.m. Tractor games will be held for those children who have access to riding lawn tractors, and returning for its sixth year will be the “Kids Night Time Lawn Tractor Cruise” at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

One of the popular activities for young and old is the “South Haven Tractor Cruise.” Scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, participants drive tractors of all makes and models into South Haven, cruise along the South Beach, and then stop downtown for an evening of dining and shopping.

Gates open at 8 a.m. rain or shine. Admission to the show is $7. Children 12 and under are free with a paid adult admission. Thursday is Senior’s Day and admission is $3 for those 62 and over. This is a pet-free event for those paying admission.

Rustic camping sites are available on a first-come basis. Cost is $10 per night plus daily admission per person. Pets are allowed with exhibitors, campers and vendors only. Personal transportation vehicles, such as golf carts, will be charged a $15 registration fee. ATVs, dirt bikes and firearms are not permitted.

For more information, contact 269-639-2010, michiganflywheelers@yahoo.com or Facebook. A complete show schedule is available on Facebook or michiganflywheelers.org.

The Michigan Flywheelers Museum is located at 06285 68th St., 2 miles east of South Haven.

Carolina Fly-Wheelers High Country Crank-Up

Gas engine running

The 37th annual High Country Crank-Up in Deep Gap, North Carolina, will be held July 28-30, 2016. Gates for the event open up at 9 a.m. at U.S. 421 across the street from Laurel Springs Church. The show will feature many events that are great for the entire family, including a pedal tractor pull for kids, antique engine showcases, homemade ice cream, the annual “Parade of Power” and much more. There will also be barbecue, hamburgers and hot dogs offered by various vendors.

“It’s like a big family reunion,” said Jeff Hodges, a member of Carolina Fly-Wheelers, who is sponsoring the event. “All of this stuff from the early 1900s through 1960 was put out of business by electricity. We like to restore them and show them off so the younger generation can get interested and see what it was like back then.”

The Carolina Fly-Wheelers were formed well before the first Crank-Up show in 1979, with the mission of restoring pieces of machinery and displaying them to the public. Tickets to the Crank-Up are $5 for each day, or $8 for a three-day pass and $6 for a two-day pass. Kids 12 and under get into the event free of charge, and seniors get a special discount on Sunday making their tickets only $3. Exhibitors are free.

Other machinery that can be expected at the Crank-Up includes lawn mowers, garden tractors, washing machines, old farm equipment and much more. For show information contact Betty at (828) 264-4977.







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