UNION THRESHERMEN'S CLUB 8TH ANNUAL NATIONAL ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL AND THRESHEREE


| July/August 1976

  • Larry Werth's 8-16 Avery on a rock crusher
    Shows Bruce Raisler operating Larry Werth's 8-16 Avery on a rock crusher
  • 16-30 1919 Oil Pull for a pull of 117
    Blake Johnston with his 16-30 1919 Oil Pull for a pull of 117'.
  • John Deere for a 3rd place pull of 185'-3/4'

  • Boots Riske pulling the eliminator down the track
    Boots Riske pulling the eliminator down the track to victory with his 1928 AC-B.
  • Wisconsin with his model engine
    Claude Garton of Eau Claire, Wisconsin with his model engine display-A big attraction at our show each year.

  • Larry Werth's 8-16 Avery on a rock crusher
  • 16-30 1919 Oil Pull for a pull of 117
  • John Deere for a 3rd place pull of 185'-3/4'
  • Boots Riske pulling the eliminator down the track
  • Wisconsin with his model engine

216 Pauls Street, Schofield, Wisconsin 54476.

July 26th and 27th proved to be big days in Symco, Wisconsin, a small Waupaca County community, as the 8th Annual National Antique Tractor Pull was held. This annual event, held the 3rd weekend in July, proved to be another success as over 3,000 people watched old gas and steam tractors pull the eliminator down the 300 foot track. Five classes were held Saturday with over 50 tractors pulling.

Rules for the National Pull are very strict as each tractor is weighed and put into one of five classes by three judges prior to pulling. All weights are marked and secured. Classes included: A - 4000# and under, B -5500# and under, C - 7000# and under D - 8000# and under and unlimited class for steam, oil pulls etc. Tractors must have been built before 1936.

This year's winners included:



Class A

Pete Heaney 1935 C Case 42'8?' Lind Center, Wis.

Class B

Richard Smith 1931 U Allis 170'11?' Caroline, Wis.



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