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Looks like the breed was well represented.

Excellent on the scene reporting!

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Tom,

Good to see you and the wifey on Saturday morning. And thanks for posting pics of the show. There were a total of 76 vehicles (trucks, tractors, etc.) by Saturday afternoon but about half left by evening. Sunday a few more units showed but mostly spectators. Weather was sunny and warm with a short shower on Sunday afternoon. We are starting to plan next year's show.

P.S. If anyone is interested in the B fire truck (2300 miles) I will get the phone number....no price, make offer.

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wow that B75 sure is a short little guy, looks about a foot shorter than a standard single axle..

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Thanks again Tom for attending our show and posting pics. Too bad you could not stay all day. Many more vehicles arrived after lunch. I was not able to take many pics since I was busy with the show.

BTW, it was the Keystone Chapter Show of the ATCA....not ATHS.

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Looks like a fun show. Great pictures, thanks.

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Thanks again Tom for attending our show and posting pics. Too bad you could not stay all day. Many more vehicles arrived after lunch. I was not able to take many pics since I was busy with the show.

BTW, it was the Keystone Chapter Show of the ATCA....not ATHS.

Doug Maney told me that on facebook, I changed the title. I sent you a disc of all the pictures too- mailed it to Canton, that's the only address I had.

There was some fine looking units there- notice the "before" pictures on the side of the White tanker truck. Both the tanker and the dump truck were outstanding restoration jobs, the wooden cabs looked great- you could tell a lot of hours and a lot of dollars went into those trucks. They hauled those in with the yellow B model.

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Tom,

The yellow B and trucks belong to Tim Hoover of Saltsburg, PA. He owns a quarry there and is always at Watt's Truck Show. I think I remember him attending Gerhart's and Macungie.

Thanks for the disk...Canton address works!

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Tom, thanks for the pics! i had never seen a farmall with a grader converson before, nice to see some one kept it fron the scrapers! was the brass pole emporiem open? i see you checked in on the blue truck from several diffrent angles!

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Rob

Here is another Farmall grader conversion in a museum in Leesburg FL

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and a Farmall one row cotton picker driven backwards

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Bobby Moore, from Concord, Va, used to have one. It might be still sitting around down there. I took this picture of him at the antique tractor pull in Stonewall, Va. probably 10 or 12 years ago.

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