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August 27, 2019

Manufactured by the Witte Engine Works of Kansas City, USA and distributed in Queensland by Clark & Fauset of Brisbane where it received the 'Emu' alias.

This engine was originally purchased by my late uncle around 1915. Its early life was spent cutting chaff, milling g...

GUNNEDAH  |  'Gibralter', Wean Rd, Gunnedah NSW 2380

Saturday 7th September 2019 at 10.00am

Collection of Vintage & Classic Tractors, Cars, Motorcycles, Stationary Engines, Horse Drawn, Drones, Collectables & General

Catering: A BBQ Breakfast & Luncheon will...

August 12, 2019

BAYSWATER  |  1 and 2/4 Market Drive, Bayswater, Vic 3153

Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th August 2019

Petrol, Oil and Memorabilia including Enamel and Tin Signs,
Petrol Pumps, Oil Bottles, Quality Tins and Boxes including
the extensive Golden Fleece and Firezone colle...

Nebraska man, Gene Blatchford, a former farmer has found a new and ingenious way to create tractor-related paraphernalia, by turning old sewing machines into mini tractor replicas, all with brand-specifics fenders, seats and symbols.

Gene Blatchford shows off a replica...

August 12, 2019

This tractor was purchased new by Charlie Vella Senior in 1969 from Windsor Farm Equipment. It spent 40 years working in Vella’s vegetable and strawberry farm at Schofields.

The tractor spent another 4 years working at North Richmond. After working at the farms it under...

Benno Orenstein and Arthur Koppel started the engineering works, Orenstein & Koppel (O&K) in Berlin, in 1876. O&K today, 140 years later, is one of the largest makers of mining machinery, but little is known in Australia of their tractors.

O&K began tractor prod...

* This story was originally published in issue #184 of The Old Machinery Magazine and was submitted by guest author, Keith Hall

Maybe it's just a bad case of shed envy, but I can't resist looking inside someone else's shed, especially when it is crammed full of vintage...

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