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This 1929 1 ton Model A Ford truck is the property of R.W. Doss, 5950 Wilson Dr., Huntington, WV 25705. In restored form, he uses it to haul engines to shows. Doss is a member of the West Virginia Antique Steam & Gas Association.
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10 HP 1920 Fairbanks Morse, 7' x 9' bore & stroke, providing power to a rock crusher at the Midwest Old Threshers Show in Mt. Pleasant, IA. The engine and rock crusher were restored in 1978, and operated each day at the Mt. Pleasant Show. Photo
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These four tractors are owned by Fred Wolfe, South Wayne, Wisconsin 53587. They were on display at the 1986 Pecatonica Valley Antique Days, in Darlington, WI. Left to right: 1935 Massey Harris 25, 1928 Wallis 20-30, 1929 John Deere D, and a Massey Harris

1930 RUMELY GA

These four tractors are owned by Fred Wolfe,
South Wayne, Wisconsin 53587. They were on display at the 1986
Pecatonica Valley Antique Days, in Darlington, WI. Left to right:
1935 Massey Harris 25, 1928 Wallis 20-30, 1929 John Deere D, and a
Massey Harris 30. Mr. Wolfe notes that he has several other Massey
tractors in his collection.

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