2010 Tri-State Gas Engine and Tractor Assn. Show Photo Gallery

By Staff
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View through the flywheel of a 16 HP Callahan camstopper.
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Queen City Motor built by Wm. Jackson Co., Traverse City, Mich.
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A Circa-1915 4 HP Chase.
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A Canadian-built Nelson Bros.
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An 8 HP Olds.
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Circa-1898 6 HP Lewis vapor engine.
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Rare 5 HP Marvel camstopper.
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4 HP Jacob Haisch "Chanticleer."
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2HP Bronson built by Burtt Mfg. Co.
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10 HP IHC Mogul.
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1-1/2 HP Empire sideshaft built by Alamo Mfg. Co.
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2-1/2 HP Economizer built by Chapman.

Have you visited CU.GasEngineMagazine.com lately? If not, you’re missing an opportunity to share the great show photos you took last summer. Just create a free user profile, upload your photos and share them with the rest of us! And who knows – maybe we’ll choose one of your galleries to showcase in the pages of Gas Engine Magazine.

I took hundreds of photos during the 2010 show season and have been posting many of them to CU as user Christian Williams. Here are some of my favorite photos from the 2010 Tri-State Gas Engine and Tractor Assn. Showin Portland, Ind., Aug. 25-29, 2010. To see all of the photos, visit my gallery on CU.

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