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Farm Life

Life on the land, farm shows, lessons from the past and more


Harry Terpstra

Rock Island sold these engines between 1912 and 1914

That Finishing Touch

John Widerman

Enamel paint will dry faster than a lacquer paint


Woody Sins

The air was rife with rumors about the auction of a lifetime

Sad and Happy Story Of A Clock and Gas Engine

Charles F. Hargreaves

The clock was lying on a pile of newspapers


A Small Australian Collection Grows

Patrick Livingstone

The ignition is from a high tension flick type Dixie magneto

Lister Genset, A British Beauty

Guy (Gus) Simms

Internet chat line, Smokstak, found on Harry's Old Engine Page

Harvester Heaven

Bill Show

Hoosier Couple's Collection of Tractors

Old Arco Powers Vintage Hardie Sprayer

Robert W. Lemmert Sr.

Arco's gas tank was rusting and causing trouble


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