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Here are some pictures of the show. Sorry I am not comprehensive with details. But we had my dog and it was very hot so we had to move pretty quick. Met up with none other than Billy Goat and his lovely wife at the show.
I got to me Kate AKA Tractor Chick. She is as nice as I imagined in person. Cool gal!!! Also met Brandon of LAGT!, nice guy.
This was a big well attended show. I got only a piece of it with my pictures. I will post the big tractors next day or so.


T-90


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Tan and Orange Case

Panzer!

White looks sharp!

I believe this had a two cylinder Kohler repower

Like that stack!

I need one of these!


Nice Wheelhorse loader!

Nice lineup!

Look at these psychedelic patio tractors!

My wife was crazy about the Crusher!!!

Little odd looking but neat!

Beautiful tricycle

Nice Wheel horses and my doggie hamming it up

Cubs!

Look at the size of this Gibson, cool,very cool. Owner was mighty proud! :thumbsup:


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Thanks Chuck. It was about 88 but very humid. I was worried about my dog who is 10 and diabetic. We had shot up from Virginia early that morning so it was already a pretty full day by about lunch. It wasn't too bad in the shade but you really can't avoid being out in the sun moving around. This would be a great show for a bunch of us to meet up at one year. There was a lot of garden tractors there, as well as full sized tractors. I was hoping to meet Josh but didn't locate him.
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Nice pics...I wish these things weren't so far away. :cry: The 2 Cases with the white/power red scheme intrigue me :gums:
They caught my eye right away. Did you notice the hood scoop on the 200. He did a little cutting to get that Kohler in and perhaps the scoop gave him more clearance... I drove about 5 hours to get there from our place in Virginia.
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On the way back to Lancaster area we stopped at Fill Her Up. It's in Bird in Hand. Cool gas station stuff. My wife bought me a small Esso porcelain sign. The owner was a Vietnam Vet from Long Island, NY who used to live in Bay shore. He used to work at Islip Speedway (now closed down). He had a nice candy apple red roadster outside.
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Man, I just love the paint scheme on that Minneapolis-Moline. I wonder what the 648 would look like in Power Yellow/Power White/Black with the silver wheels?Maybe a little too Cub-ish. :gums: :clap: :thumbup:
 
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