Advance - Rumely through Clarkair
Rumely Oil Pulls are a favorite at any show, including this model H and model E.
Paul Grotophorst's model F features a one cylinder engine and ignitor ignition.
Bryan Thomas, of Hartford, WI, checking out Paul's Rumely driving the Konkle Band Mill.
Dave and Dennis Hubbard, of Norwalk, WI, own this Rumely 25-40.
Norm Meinert owns this Allis Chalmers 10-18, built in 1914.
Ralph Blum, of Baraboo, WI, brought this 20-35 to our 1998 show.
Wilbert Rung, of North Freedom, WI, owns this Allis Chalmers model U, built in 1931.
Allis Chalmers built this model UC in 1940 and it is owned by Ralph Blum's sons, of Baraboo, WI.
This Allis Chalmers model B features a diesel engine.
Don Blausey's Allis Chalmers B is ready to go to work with it's mounted mower.
Allis Chalmers built this model M crawler tractor.
Clarence Nelson, of Wisconsin Dells, owns this Allis Chalmers model WD, built in 1951.
Ralph Blum, of Baraboo, WI, has been sighted plowing snow at the show grounds with this diesel crawler, built (of course) by Allis Chalmers.
Art Wegner, of Wisconsin Dells, WI, with his Avery Tractor.
This model L Case, built in 1937 demonstrates the rugged construction that was synonymous with the Case name.
Ron and Mark Rott, of Spring Green, WI, own this fine looking Case S, built in 1948.
Gene Nielsen, of Roxbury, WI, owns this Case model VAC, built in 1949.
Don Raspillar brought this Case model SC to the show from Lyndon Station, WI.
This Caterpillar Model R2 was built in 1936 and belongs to Don Paskey, of Lodi, WI.
This Clarkair Crawler was built for the Army Corps of Engineers to be parachuted in to remote areas.