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'I hear the Cross Roads Village Show at Mt. Morris, Michigan, really stinks!' No, not really, but it could have, had the four-legged visitor at bottom left of this picture decided to stick around. Photo sent by Lyle H. Fall, 303 Milford, Apt. 4,
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The 1938 McCormick Deering W-30 at left has been in the family of Karl Bakker, Vancouver, Washington, since new.
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Above, a 1952 8-N with 239 Ford V-8 and Funks conversion kit. Photo from Rufus M. Roberts, 3845 Bradley Road, Cortland Ohio 44410.
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Above, Terry Upton's 'Green Acres,' 641 W. Ham-lin Road, Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307 is decked out for the holidays. Here are two views of his 1947 John Deere B hooked up to a turn-of-the-century bobsled and on display in the front yard.
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Cledus Stites, RR1, Box 18, Odon, Indiana 47562 sent this picture of his collection of Sparta Economy engines. This line was made in Sparta, Michigan, by the Holm Machine Co., and were sold by Sears Roebuck Company. They were made from 1909 to 1913 in siz
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Raymond Urton, of Syracuse, Kansas 67878 is a believer in DeBolt Machine model kits, of which he says, 'They go together easy and run great.' At left, from left to right, are the Stickney 1 HP, Allman, Perkins, and Witte, all to scale and all bu
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