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ATCA Mid-Hudson Chapter 14th Annual Antique Truck Show

Antique Truck Club of America logo

Join us at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz, New York, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Aug. 13, 2017, for antique trucks, tractors and more at the Antique Truck Club of America’s Mid-Hudson Chapter show! Easy access off NYS Thruway exit 18 or from route 44/55. Lots of space for trucks, vendors and spectator parking. All trucks and tractors 25 years and older welcomed. Food and refreshments available on-site. Show truck registration $5.00 per truck – dash plaques for the first 75 vehicles.

Pre-registered/prepaid truck-related vendors welcome. Vendor spaces are $25.00 for 10ft x 20ft space.

Contact info: Wayne Otis/Mike Fowler – 845-255-6211/845 883-7191

DuFour Tractor Parts

Old tractors awaiting restoration

DuFour Tractor Parts in Nashville, North Carolina, sells parts for most brands of tractors. With over 3,800 new parts in stock, from paint to piston rings, and thousands more available, we are sure we can help you find the right part. We also sell used tractor parts from more than 75 different models of older tractors. We will be glad to ship parts anywhere. Currently our new parts page gives examples of what we have to offer, and we are adding products to the site daily. We will soon be adding online ordering, but until we get that up and running, please call or email to ask about the specific parts you need!

Contact info:
Jason DuFour
DuFour Tractor Parts
3369 Old Bailey Highway
Nashville, NC 27856
(252) 230-6387

Fifth Annual Gone Farmin' Iowa Premier by Mecum Auctions

Fifth Annual Gone Farmin' Iowa Premier

Mecum Auctions’ Gone Farmin’ will hold its 2016 auction finale with the Iowa Premier at the Mississippi Valley Fair Center in Davenport, Iowa, Nov. 10-12. A collector’s and enthusiast’s dream, the event is set to offer more than 300 tractors, 400 signs and farm relics and 400 vintage toys.

Serious machines packing quite a punch of power are set to cross the Iowa Premier auction block led by the 1972 John Deere 4320 FWD (Lot S34). This powerhouse is completely restored with 4,719 original hours. Another featured tractor that is sure to garner attention is Lot S33 – one of the cleanest, low-hour, original 1955 FWA tractors in existence – the 1971 Oliver 1955 Diesel. If you’re a Farmall fan, you’ll want to check out the 1966 Farmall 1206 (Lot S32) to be offered with no reserve.

One of the top tractors for offer at the Iowa Premier is a Rumely R 25-45 (Lot S50). If this tractor could talk, it would undoubtedly have some great stories to tell. This grand tractor is beautifully restored and is sure to be an anchor of any collection. In addition, a 1922 Waterloo Boy N (Lot F80) will be offered at no reserve.

Vintage toy enthusiasts will also have the opportunity to start their holiday shopping early with the third annual Gone Farmin’ toy auction that begins on Thursday at 1 p.m. The toy auction includes a selection of Wyandotte trucks, a Retro 123 fire truck, a custom chrome Zephyr train, pedal cars, pedal tractors and much more.

A selection of more than 400 signs and farm relics – including a Wiard Plows (Lot M81) single-sided wood sign with smalt paint, John Deere Implements (Lot M150) single-sided porcelain sign and a variety of Borden’s signs – will be offered on Friday following the tractors. In addition, an early book collection will also be offered.

To register as a bidder for the Gone Farmin’ Spring Classic vintage tractor auction, visit Spectator attendance is complimentary and encouraged. Portions of the auction will be broadcast on RFD-TV, and the entire event will be streamed live at For more information about the auction, to consign a tractor or to register to bid, visit or call (262) 275-5050.

1971 Oliver 1955

1971 Oliver 1955 Diesel (Lot S33). All photos courtesy Mecum Auctions.

About Mecum Auctions

The Mecum Auction Company has been specializing in the sale of collector cars for 29 years, now offering more than 20,000 vehicles per year. Headquartered in Walworth, Wisconsin, Mecum Auctions is the world leader of collector car, vintage and antique motorcycle and Road Art sales. In 2010, Dan Mecum launched the Gone Farmin’ tractor division within the company and has since grown it into a thriving venture now offering four auctions each year. For further information, visit or call (262) 275-5050. Follow along with Mecum’s social media news and join us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram.


Mecum Auctions’ Gone Farmin’ Iowa Premier
Mississippi Valley Fair Center
2815 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52804
Nov. 10-12, 2016
Admission: FREE
Preview: Gates open daily at 7 a.m.
Toy Auction: Begins at 1 p.m. on Thursday
Tractor Auction: Begins at 9 a.m. on Friday and Saturday
Signs & Farm Relics Auction: 2 p.m. or directly after tractors on Friday

1966 Farmall 1206

1966 Farmall 1206 (Lot S32).

1972 John Deere 4320

1972 John Deere 4320 FWD (Lot S34).

Gist Ranch Partial Dispersal Auction

Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at 10 a.m.

Gist Ranch partial dispersal auction day takes place Oct. 22, 2016, at 10 a.m., on the Wagon Wheel Ranch, 6140 County Road 2200, Lampasas, Texas 76550. Selling farm, ranch equipment, over 100 vintage farm implements, wagon wheels, rock windrower and picker, assorted rebar, drill stem pipe, panels, feeders, 8-foot by 8-foot concrete panels, concrete forms, structural steel, Corten steel, 10 channel iron, 10.5 casing, barbeque pits and much more.

Gist Ranch Partial Dispersal Auction
Rosenbusch Auctioneer Service (#7017)
Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, 10 a.m. (Preview Oct. 21) Lampasas, Texas
John Gist, (432) 664-6065

Hit-N-Miss Gas Engine Online Auction

John Deere gas engine

Restored John Deere Type E engine. Photos courtesy Oldham Auctions.

Due to death of the owner, the owner’s family has decided to sell his unique collection of hit-and-miss gas engines. Partial listing includes John Deere, Witte, Fuller & Johnson, Stover, International, Maytag, Briggs and more! Oldham Auctions is selling approximately 30-40 restored engines and project engines, along with a variety of parts and related items.

Note: Equipment will be available day of pick-up to help load!

For terms and conditions and to view a complete list of engines, visit the Oldham Auctions website. Bidding closes Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016.

Maytag Model 92

1928 Maytag Engine Model 92.

1st Annual Ohio Buckeye Classic Power of the Paint

1st Annual Buckeye Classic

Become a part of history and attend the 1st Annual Ohio Buckeye Classic Power of the Paint, Aug. 12-14, 2016, on the Marion Co. Fairgrounds in Marion, Ohio. There will be an antique tractor show, tractor auction and flea market.

The toy tractor show and swap meet starts Aug. 11 at 8 a.m. and runs to 6 p.m. Show times are Aug. 12-13, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Aug. 14, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information:
Doug Guthrie – (740) 386-2980 (office) or (740) 251-8502 (cell).
Mike Smith – (740) 225-3469 (cell)
Meet vendors – (419) 768-1515

Sponsorship Opportunities for the Lebanon Valley Indoor Classic Tractor Expo

Lebanon Valley Indoor Classic Tractor Expo

The second annual Lebanon Valley Indoor Classic Tractor Expo, will be held Feb. 17-18, 2017, at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, a well-established, first-class indoor exhibition facility, easily accessible from the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Interstates 78/81.

Our inaugural show – held recently in February 2016 – far exceeded our original goals:

  • 220 farm and garden tractors and machines and hit-miss engines were on display  
  • our paid attendance of more than 1200 attendees witnessed first-hand a wide-range of rare brands and unique models
  • participating industry vendors and suppliers ranged from tires to welding to oil additives, many who led educational seminars; in addition, nine “local” tractor clubs were represented
  • exhibitors from more than eight states came – some as far away as North Carolina, New York and Indiana.

Our vision will continue to be a bit different from many existing events: in addition to dynamic displays of classic garden tractors, classic farm tractors and stationary engines, we also conduct a number of educational, hands-on seminars led by experienced craftsmen to help maintain and encourage new participation in the industry.

The show will once again be heavily promoted through local and regional ag print media, local radio and television as well as utilizing cross-branded sponsor customer mailings, social media and web groups. Please visit our website – for updated information and announcements of the growing list of sponsors.

I would like to personally invite you to become one of a core group of nationally-known companies and brands – and to offer category exclusivity – as a key event sponsor. Even at this early date, we have gained re-commitments from the following organizations:

  • Classic Tractor Fever, whose programming on RFD-TV is reaches nearly 45,000 households each week, will be on-hand to video the show for future network airing
  • Friedrich Tire, a leading provider of top-name branded ag and industrial tires
  • Lincoln Electric plans to participate by supporting their local distributor with corporate …

I ask for your consideration of becoming a participating sponsor of our show, and welcome the chance to personally discuss specific opportunities of your involvement. I can be reached via e-mail at, or call me at (717) 367-0756. – Josh Deaven, Organizing Director