The Annual MMOGTA Gas Tractor Show: Come to Oakley & Hear ‘em Run

Mid-Michigan club puts on true working tractor show

“It’s a pretty uneasy feeling to drive it,” says K.R. Hough, Hobart, Ind., shown here being coached by Justin Click in driving a Rumely line-drive tractor.
“It’s a pretty uneasy feeling to drive it,” says K.R. Hough, Hobart, Ind., shown here being coached by Justin Click in driving a Rumely line-drive tractor. “There’s no steering wheel, no clutch and no brakes. It’d probably work better with an implement behind it. Basically, you pull and release to go forward, and you pull one rein at a time for reverse. It’s like pulling the cords on window shades.”