PHOTO ALBUM


| August/September 1990

  • Cockshutt 18-28 tractor
    William J. Earl's 1937 Cockshutt 18-28 tractor driving a sawmill at the Athens Eastern Ontario Show in July 1988.
  • Jerry Rawlings
    Photo courtesy of William Rees, also of Franklin.
    William Rees
  • Prototype 1922 Farmall Regular
    Photo by Norm Stuckey, 4777 Upper Valley Pike, Dayton, OH 45424.
    Norm Stuckey
  • Del Krumwiede's tractors
    Ten of Del Krumwiede's tractors are lined up here. Krumwiede, of Rt. 1, Voltaire, ND 58792 is an avid collector of two-cylinder tractors. These are all John Deeres from 1946 to 1960, except the 1942 Shaw Duall at left.
  • Maytag collectible

    Charles Shelton
  • 1952 R-John Deere
    Dan Koehler of 6501-75th Ave. N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 paid $500.00 for this 1952 R-JD which he restored over a 3 month period. Restoration cost about $1000.00 and Dan plans to use the Diesel in tractor pulls.
  • Fordson street roller
    Clayton Boon of Boon Bros. Construction, Greenwood, WI, restored this 1926 (or 27) Fordson street roller.
  • Face Retirement and Rust
    Photos contributed by Charles Shelton of 1108 Emery Lane, Jeffersonville, IN 47130.
    Charles Shelton
  • 3 HP Hummer engine

    Charles Shelton

  • Cockshutt 18-28 tractor
  • Jerry Rawlings
  • Prototype 1922 Farmall Regular
  • Del Krumwiede's tractors
  • Maytag collectible
  • 1952 R-John Deere
  • Fordson street roller
  • Face Retirement and Rust
  • 3 HP Hummer engine

Jerry Rawlings of Franklin, IL at the wheel of the tractor he built.

Ivan E. Weaks of Delta, OH stands by his rare prototype 1922 Farmall Regular, at the Portland, Indiana show in 1988.

Picture is a Maytag collectible which is still sealed and a rare item.

Picture is a 3 HP Hummer engine, serial #44456 manufactured by the Hummer Engine Works of Jackson, Michigan. The original paint appears to be a dark green. Charles thinks that it can be started on gasoline and switched to kerosene-the fuel pump resembles that of an F-M.



A picture to encourage new collectors to get out and hunt for engines! It was taken in Ok-lahoma in 1987. The engines were removed from the oil patch and were placed here to face retirement and rust.