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Picked up this message from YTmag website. Sounds like a good chance to see a great car show for free and get to show your cub at the same time!
The Executive Director of the 2004 Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance is inviting interested participants to display their restored antique/vintage farm and garden tractors at this prestigious automobile event. Participants will display their tractor(s) at the Concours venue located on the Stanford University campus, Palo Alto, California, Sunday, June 27, 2004. The tractor display field will be shaded and can accommodate both steel cleated and rubber tire tractors.
REMEMBER, THERE ARE NO FEES FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION.
Additionally, you will have full access to the Concours automobile display field. If you are seriously interested please contact me at: DD1990@aol.com. or at: 408-245-1630.
2004 PALO ALTO CONCOURS d'ELEGANCE
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.
My wife says I don't listen to her. - - - - - - - - Or something like that!
BD, I used to live about 10 miles from Stanford and did a lot of work on that campus. Now I live about 250-miles from it and I just cant make myself go back to driving to or in that rat-race crowded Bay area. The last time I visited there was in 89 and only stayed an hour. Thanks for the mention.
Then came Bronson
I got that e-mail from Chapter 14 of the IH Collectors. I guess when I get to Texas I'll have to find another Chapter. Hopefully I won't be on the left coast for long. The Republic of Texas sound good to me.
Thanks Bigdog, I just might go. Must be museum year. IH chapter 14 collectors have also been invited to display their toys at the Towe Auto Museum in Sacramento Ca. from June 11th thru July 18th. My Cub wil be one of the tractors on display, if I can get this umbrella thing mastered!
Always try the easiest thing first.
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