This is a tractor I found along US 60 near Dresden, Ohio. The picture was taken in October of 2006. It appears to be a late Model T hood, frame and drive train with Fordson wheels and seat. The floor is made up of 2”x 6” wood slats.

. The fuel tank is under the seat. One of these days I will get around to building this.  If you click on the image it will take you to a Fotki page with many more pictures.

   I believe these two shots are of a 1929 Model A. I am not quite sure on the year. I found this to be a good representation of the models I want to build. Not a complete restoration, but not a pile of rust held together with cob webs either.

    Again click on the picture to see more at Fotki.  

I would like to see a kit of a wooden thresheing machine like this. I was quite impressed with the condition of this piece. The text is still visible on the side. Obviously it has been stored indoors. Click on the photo for more images.

A beautiful Buckeye ditcher.

This is a Holt 75.  I would like to build one of these too. Fortunately Bill Roy of McKenzie Iron & Steel has a beautiful kit available. This will save a lot of scratch building.

This is one of my favorites, a Cat 60. I loved the way it sounded. This was on display at the HCEA show in Bowling Green, Ohio.

This is a Best 20 that was on display at the HCEA show in Bowling Green, Ohio 2006.

I don’t know much about this one other than it is a true coal-fired steam roller.

This is a nice country barn, typical of those in Eastern Ohio around the turn of the century. Sorry, There is no link for this photo.

These are pictures I have taken on different outings. Many of them were taken with the intent of building it eventually. Some are ordinary while others are screaming to be modeled, especially the one below.

If you would like to see more just click on a picture.

Hamm River

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