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Old 09-01-2009, 07:36:47 AM
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Who is going to the Lindsay engine and tractor show this weekend? Nice large show with lots of vintage equipment of all kinds.
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I will be there, I hope Dave will be too, he got a Domestic sideshaft and upright Famos at Portland. Do you have the adress for people to find it? i Googled the show and no good results came up one page had the wrong date. It is in the show guide, but I forgot it this morning
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West of Lindsay on highway 82 and follow the signs.
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I'd go if they'd move it down south a few hundred miles.
I have been in the past.
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I can't make it. Wrong weekend. Labor Day weekend, can't get off work. I haven't been since they moved the dates. j.r.smith tatum,TEXAS USA
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I am going to try to make it with some kind of old big flywheel oilfield equipment. Hope ya'll can find a place where I won't get any tractors dirty with the oil blowin out my stack
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Ray, glad to meet you and that was a great engine you brought to the show and the show was great, gene
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Ray, glad you could make it too, glad you got your engine going, it was nice to see one that size going, thanks for coming up
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Thanks guys, I really enjoyed the show. There was lots of shade, plenty of great people and some really nice engines to boot! It was very cleaver of you to park my Evans up under that big ole pecan tree so that the leaves would filter out all the oil from my stack and keep it from getting all over those pretty tractors! I did take some pictures that people might enjoy
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More pictures from the Lindsay show:
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And a few more. I really hate that I did not get a pic of C-Wade-7's John Deere replica he made for his son using a Maytag 92 engine. That thing was so realistic with the smoke blowing out the stack and popping like you might expect a scaled down deere to sound like! Overall this is a nice show, I hope I can attend next year.
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