Ozarks Older Iron Club

Photo by Elijah Hamilton
The Ozarks Older Iron Club raffled a tractor, a Ford 8N, that has a 4-speed manual transmission and a 4-cylinder inline engine.
By Elijah Hamilton
Staff Reporter

On Oct. 10 and 11, the Ozarks Older Iron Club held their fall show in Cabool. It included lawn tractor pulls, and tractor pulls; they also had prize booths, a bounce house and plenty of exhibits. On display were antique & classic tractors, farm equipment with gas and steam engines, saw milling, buzz sawing, blacksmithing, rock crushing, a swap meet, classic cars and trucks, and chainsaw demonstrations.

Photo by Elijah Hamilton
The Minneapolis Threshing Machine is a
steam tractor at the Ozarks Older Iron Club.

The Ozarks Iron Club was established in West Plains in 1988 as Branch 28 of the Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association. In 2001, they purchased 30 acres in Cabool that they now use as their showground.

The Ozarks Older Iron Club is a non-profit club whose purpose is to stimulate interest in collecting, restoring, preserving, and exhibiting gas and oil engines, gas/diesel and steam tractors, power and horse driven farm machinery and any other farm related equipment of historical value.



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