What a sight it was, at the 1975 Mark Twain Show, to see such a lineup of steamers. On the left; Edgar Levings' 1917 Case 60. Edgar resides at Ewing, Missouri. Center; 20 HP 1919 Advance Rumely owned by Dick Snow of Palmyra, Missouri. Right; 18 HP 1918 Au
It is a Peerless with wood spoke rear wheels. ''You don't hardly ever hear of one being in production anymore.'' Owned by Louie McHaffie, Sparta, Missouri.
Leonard Stroup didn't just sit around on his hands and wish for a scale model steamer. Instead he got busy and collected the materials and parts from the McGown salvage yard at Sedalia, Missouri and built this outstanding V2 scale Case engine. There were
Is a 1910 Case 45, owned by Emil Gerwin of Rush Hill, Missouri. Incidentally, these steamers did not just sit for pictures all the time. They were active as were most of the fine exhibits.
This Dandy 8-16 I.H.C. kerosene tractor was displayed and owned by Rex Shahan of Brashear.
This A.O. Smith Motor-Wheel is really a real fine job of restoration, about 1920, owned by Bob Lear of Moberly.