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Really a great show. I have 130+ pictures to share.
 

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Next group:
 

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Still more to come:
 

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Just getting started:
 

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The lucky ones found the shade:
 

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The gray tractor with the crane attachment is a Fordson Yard Crane. In it's day it was operated at the Werner Lumber Company lumber yard in Tracy City, Tennessee. The lumber company shut down in 1939.
 

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More tractors, some for the little guys and gals.
 

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A few more tractors.
 

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Lots of tractors to enjoy. I always look for the MM tractors. Not many of them in this area.
 

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Almost finished;
 

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And to wrap it up, a few more tractors and some other machinery several people slipped in.
 

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I may be weird, but I like that Oliver 66!!

Thanks for posting those, UW!!
 
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Last one. More stuff someone slipped by the guard, non tractor stuff.
 

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I would take that old Ford truck too! Had one similar as a kid, that we bought used, back then. I think they will last forever! :thumbup1gif:
 
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Great pics UW!:thumbup1gif: Looks like you had a great time. Wish I could've made that show. It looks like it was pretty big.:good2:

Fordson Crane? Wow, pretty cool. My neighbor would've loved to have seen that. He's a Fordson/Ferguson fan.
 

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Great write up. Our local heritage club ends there ride directly across the street from my house. The next day they get to work plowing, discing, planting oats, dragging ect. Then they come back in the fall and harvest all with "the old stuff". This thread made me wonder why I haven't been taking pics.

They do like to see the 2520 FEL when there are rocks that need moving:good2:
 

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Great pictures UW. Is the 58 Impala yours? I'm one of the weird people who likes 58 Chevies.
 
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Great pictures UW. Is the 58 Impala yours? I'm one of the weird people who likes 58 Chevies.
Thanks. No, the Impala is not mine. It was a beauty and I never saw the owner to ask about it.
 
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