View of show grounds nestled high in the mountains of western North Carolina.
A very nice FM Jack of all Trades
Hay hoist display
Bill Herndon's big United that ran sweet all day.
Ray Medford's Mogul.
Nice '66 Ford camper special with huge fob collection.
Close of of half of the watch fobs.
Tom Weatherford's latest toy....a St. Mary's picked up at Coolsprings. Tom needs info for this engine! Please contact him at _____________.
Large Worthington engine. Can see some of the Ingeco influence.
Fordson tractor. Gotta have a least one tractor picture!
I thought this was a neat display with the Waterloo driving a pole drill.
Engine compressor combination.
Unusual Sparta Economy. Here are several more close ups.
Jeff Hutchins Otto.
A pair of Herc's one of Hercules persuasion one of Economy.
Ottowa drag saw.
8HP Herc and the Meadows stone mill he powered with it.
Bill Bird sprinkling magic dust on his new Gade.
Is this a Olds? Has a mixer just like a Olds....
FM pumping rig.
A screen cooled Canadian Fairbanks.
Satley with beautiful pin striping!
Schramm? compressor unit.
One of my favorites...a large Sandwich.
Supposedly the first made Modul. s/n NZ501
Two sweet steam models.
Home made! Or at least an old tractor fitted with a Vega engine and a hood from an old refridgerator.
Show director's son-in-law driving his toy.