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I am only 2-3 hours away,,, haven't been yet,,,

The same with Natural bridge,,,
I can be there in 25 minutes, and have only toured it once in 35 years.

NOW, tell me about a tractor show in Pennsylvania,,, 4.5 hours away,,,
and,,, I am ready to hop in the car!! :dunno:
I do a PA tractor run at least 3 times a year,,, :yahoo:
 

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I am only 2-3 hours away,,, haven't been yet,,,

The same with Natural bridge,,,
I can be there in 25 minutes, and have only toured it once in 35 years.

NOW, tell me about a tractor show in Pennsylvania,,, 4.5 hours away,,,
and,,, I am ready to hop in the car!! :dunno:
I do a PA tractor run at least 3 times a year,,, :yahoo:
Kind of like a true New Yorker. Most have never been to the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State building.
 

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Very Cool!
 

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I only spent an hour there. A nice break in the middle of my 15 hr. drive. I could easily spend a few days if I lived close enough. I did stray a little though, there was an orange tractor, an Allis Chalmers B Industrial, that I really took a liking to.
 

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Awesome post eastcreek! I enjoy old tractor and auto museums like this. I will keep this in mind if I get closer to the east coast. This reminded me of a place I recently visited in Branson, MO called Branson Auto & Farm Museum. It's an interesting place in that virtually everything there is for sale, but they had a huge selection in both tractors and autos. Many of the tractors were in unrestored condition. If anyone has plans of being near Branson, I recommend stopping in - you'll easily kill 2-4 hours.
 
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