Westminster Mall Show

A New Twist on Showing Machines

| October/November 2001

Mil Harr's pair of 1952 Model Gs and Walt Staack's 1945 styled Model D John Deere lineup for view at Westminster Mall.

They had to get in there somehow - Gary Boelter runs his 1939 Farmall F20 into the mall while Ken Clement hitches a ride.

A 1919 Fairbanks-Morse ZC fronts a line of machinery restored by John and Denise Holtz and Richard Nielsen.

Ed Gannon's Model U Allis-Chalmers (nicknamed Buford), and Ken Clements antique, horse-drawn road grader.

The engine club that I belong to, Front Range Antique Power Association, a 287-strong association with members in seven states, recently held an engine and tractor show inside the Westminster Mall in Westminster, Co.

The show, which ran March 15-18 this year, was a success, and it also gave us the chance to cleanup our equipment and get it ready for the show season. We had a great turnout, with around 25 members showing about 30 tractors, 20 engines and a few other pieces of farm and construction equipment. We also had the opportunity to meet a lot of people who would never have known what this hobby is all about if they hadn't seen our show.