2004 California Antique Farm Equipment Show

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Duane Johnson (left) and his 'starting crew' prepare Duane's 100 HP Fairbanks-Morse Type Y diesel engine for work.
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Mark Panzone and his early-style flyball governor-equipped Doak engine built in San Francisco, which was recently recovered from the wild.
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Greg Johnson's stunningly original Callahan 'cam-stopper' engine built by W.P. Callahan & Co., Dayton, Ohio.
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Robert and Casey Critz's rare and beautifully restored 15 HP Type A built by Commercial Engine Co. of Los Angeles.
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Don Petersen's rare 25 HP Sheffield, serial no. C419, built by Sheffield Gas Engine Co., Kansas City, Mo.
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Dick Hamp's 3-1/4 HP French-made Moteur Japy Type 13ES.
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Larry and Ken Evans' air-cooled 1-1/2 HP 1905 Domestic, serial no. 1072.
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John Jarrett's 1-1/2 HP Olds.
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Bill Prine (left) and Anton Affentranger showed their pair of 15 HP engines built by the Union Gas Engine Co. of San Francisco. They are the only 15 HP Unions known to exist.
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The California Antique Farm Equipment Show was held April 17-18, 2004, at the International Agri-Center in Tulare. This was the 12th year of the event, and this year’s theme was “100 Years on Tracks.” The collection of engines, tractors and equipment was truly impressive, and this was by far the largest show yet at Tulare.

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