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Petersburg Antique tractor Museum

Postby Joel » Sat Feb 02, 2013 9:58 pm

We were driving back to NC through Petersburg and we decided to stop in at the tractor musuem. There was a very nice 100 sitting right as you walk through the door.Tractors of all brands and sizes too. There was a decent representation from IH, but not as much as there should be. I was hoping to see another Super A-1 there. The gentleman that works and answers questions around there said he's never seen one himself. :-) I told him he'd have to come to NC. At any rate. I like it. I'm not sure I'd make a trip just for it, but it's a great way to take a break from driving. Warning. Way too many green tractors there. I skipped most of them.

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Re: Petersburg Antique tractor Museum

Postby v w » Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:03 am

I like to look at all old iron. Even green ones although I can't say I ever drove an Oliver :D As a teen I drove a lot of different tractors in the area and can't begin to remember all the different models. Probably the rarest in this area I drove was a Co-Op E-3 and E-5 which are Cockshuts. Most time was on an H and M, red ones not green ones. Favorite? Depends on the job to be done. Vern

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