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Northern Indiana Power From The Past in Winamac, Indiana July 18-19-20-21, 2019 Just wondering who has heard of the show and is anybody going?

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Have been there a few times, not with my tractors though. I'm only 20 minutes away tho.

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Worth going to or not ?

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