Power of Past Antique Gas Engine & Tractor Show

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The annual show promises to be the largest ever. Approximately 500 tractors are expected on display for three full days. This show is much more than a gathering of gas engine and tractor enthusiasts, although those are pretty amazing when all the engine are chugging at once! With the passage of time, many of our younger generation have never seen or experienced farm life in its heyday. We're creating a learning experience from this event, where the future meets the past. 16th annual antique engine and tractor show features over 500 on display. Join us in Forest Park, located in Ottawa, Kansas; home of Warner Manufacturing and Union Foundry, a perfect site to see the gas and horse-powered farm implements of the past.

Power of Past Antique Gas Engine & Tractor Show

Address : Forest Park Ottawa KS
Phone : 785-242-2686   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $3/3 days, (Exhibitors Free-2/vehicle; Assoc Membership-$5

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