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We had a great weekend for our debut show, the weather was mostly nice. Friday could have done with a little less wind... (30+ mph) I think we had about 20 tractors all together show up for display, and some guys from Missouri came up with 12 to sell. I know Mike Williams took some more pictures, so hopefully he'll get some up here too!

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Edit:... I've split the discussion for this to the General shows area. Please post comments on the pictures in this topic. Thanks!

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I know, I know, wrong thread, but Jason is the PROUDEST Papa I've ever seen!!!!

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Well folks, we are coming up on the 2nd show at Lesuer ! I am working on 2 tractors that I plan to bring to the show this year. The restorations won't be completely done but last year they were basket cases so they have come a long way.

This year we will have Club Buttons for sale along with t-shirts and hats. I hope to see more people there this year than last year. And if half the people show up that said they will it should be a great time.

 

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Looks like there was alot of nice horses there! :omg: I see Dale but what is he swinging at? :drool: I see Jason has the bundle of joy and the proper "T" shirt as treasure cause them youngins do take alot of $$$ :drool: been there done that! :( Looks like a great time!

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Got it penciled in on the calendar!! :omg:

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How do I get one of those t-shirts with just the horse head symbol on it? I'd be a proud papa like Jason too... Congrats Jason.

Thanks,

Gene :omg:

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Thanks Gene!

As for the shirts... you can get one from Bryan Ebbenga he has this website... http://www.antiquetractorsupply.com/ He made them up for us to sell a the show and took back the extras.

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