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Letters & Miscellanies

STL TIKN and Thoughts on Contributions to Clubs

| September/October 2003

  • Bull's Eye

  • Bull's Eye


Just wanted to write to say how impressed I was with the STL TIKN story (GEM, June 2003, page 26). Don's accident, his incredible comeback and the monumental effort rebuilding the Yuba tractor - it really touched my heart. A great story, and beautiful pictures. Please give everyone at GEM a big thumbs up!

Dr. Delco/Dr. Delco's, Delco-Light Museum, 4610 Jefferson Ave. Avella, PA 15312


I would like to know if clubs that own or lease show grounds accept non-operating antique machinery for exhibit purposes only? Perhaps equipment that might be restored by club members down the road? We have a running sawmill and were given an S.A. Wood Machine Co. S4S 9- inch by 4-inch planer. It is very complete, but does not work at this time. Would other clubs accept something like this?

John M. Edgerton/Northwest, Antique Power Association, 27 Loon Lake Road, Bigfork, MT 59911

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