Classic Tractor Calendar Club teams up with MRVSEA for two-in-one show
A 1919 Avery – one of the Classic Tractor Calendar features – was exhibited by Ken Lage, Wilton, Iowa.
A 1928 Huber 25-50 shown by Don and Marty Huber (no relation to the company), Shawnee, Kan.
A John Deere 1937 Model 62, another tractor at the CTC Reunion. The 62 was the predecessor to Deere's Model L; just 78 were built. This one was shown by Ron Jungmeyer, Russellville, Mo. The Deere was one of 63 CTC tractors on exhibit at Boonville.
This 2-1/2 hp engine, manufactured in 1899 by Industrial Iron Works, Clinton, Mo., is one of only five Industrial Iron Works engines known to exist, and the only 2-1/2 hp model. It is owned by Ted Brookover, Kansas City, Mo.
E.E. Hachler, Eldon, Mo., and his hillside plow. With a flip of a lever, the share can be flipped to the opposite side, thus preventing "dead" furrows.
This 1903 Woodpecker 3-1/2 hp engine was shown by Clarence Lammers, Lake St. Louis, Mo.
The Goodall 20, owned by Floyd Lorenz and Dean Tapley, Elsberry, Mo. The top of the line in rotary mowers in its day, the Goodall sold for $110 in 1946. Invented by LEonard Goodall, Warrensburg, Mo., the Goodall was produced briefly before WWII, and again after the war. The company was sold in the early '50s. Early models were powered by a four-cycle Lauson engine.
Part of the ropemaker collection displayed by Bev and Charles Burlingame, Tipton, Mo. The Burlingames have 50 to 60 different pieces dating from 1911. "It all started with gas engines," Charles said.
Charles Burlingame with grandchildren Aaron Ray, 5, and Ashley Ray, 10.