Mid-Iowa Antique Power Association Holds First Show

By Staff

P.O. Box 1000 Marshalltown, Iowa 50158

The Mid-Iowa Antique Power Association held its first show on
August 3 and 4, 1985 at Marshall-town Community College in Marshall
town, Iowa. The estimated attendance at the event was 5000 people
during the two-day show.

Features of the show included an antique plowing contest with 25
contestants, antique tractor pull with approximately 75
contestants, two threshing machines operating with steam power on
one. Displays included the usual line up of antique tractors and
machinery. A highlight of the gas engine display was a completely
reconditioned 6 HP Lennox engine and pump jacks. The tractor
display included an Aultman-Taylor Threshing Tractor, Waterloo Boy,
and a Mogul in addition to approximately 75 other tractors.

Present plans call for the 1986 show to be held on August 2 and
3, 1986. The 1986 show will have a special emphasis on horses and
horse-drawn equipment.

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