From John Doig, “Neat pic from Mn but could be anywhere.”
Pics from the GOTO in Gray, Tenn.
Joe DeLisle took this pic of a quilt on display.
Bill Young took the following 3 pics of a display and banquet.
Bill also took the following pics of a few of the tractors in the parade.
Below is Bill Young and his Model E 24-40.
Below is our very own Mike Snyder.
Below is Haus Nethers driving his 1960 D15, Series I, Diesel Grove tractor
Pics from BAC mtg, 4/15/2018, at Mike and Tina Snyder residence, North Robinson.
If you want AC toys, contact Tina!
Pics from BAC meeting, 3/18/2018, at the John Eicher residence, Canal Fulton.
Notice the decal on the front panel.
John’s Custom Mailbox
An Intelligent Repurpose!!!
More Custom Mailboxes.
Pics from BAC meeting, 2/28/2018, at Wright Brothers, Newark
The Dynamic Duo?
Entertainment provided by Bryan Lewis
Check out these cool shoes!!!!!!
From Ralph Neumann – 1959 D17 owned by Duke Stanbaugh
From Bob Bunnell – 1966 D15 Series II
The AC combines in the following 2 photos belong to Tom Fledderjohann,
the WD 45 belongs to Doug Hoelscher, and the JD 40, w/ 8 ft cut, belongs to
Ron Fischer. They were taken by the Fledderjohann family of New Knoxville, OH
right after harvesting 12 acres of wheat on their farm.
The following 14 pics are from the FSR 2016.
The following 2 pics are the bridge crossing taken by Joe Delisle.
In order, from the front: Joe’s D17, Fred Winner on D14, Carl Vollmer standing
beside CA, and Don Bailey seated on D15 Series II.
Joe’s view form D17. Great wide view. In front is a Case VC.
The pic below is from John Doig: Gleaner from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.
BAC tent at Georgetown Oh, AC feature Aug. 2016
The following 15 pics are the BAC at the Marion Show in 2016.
The following 4 pics are of the property of Holland, Michigan. Provided by Doug Hennessey.
The following 5 pics are of the Stegmans of Speerville, Kansas provided by John Doig.
Gene was the old man–and a 100% worker–one year in wheat harvest, it
rained here and was wet all over western Ks but Dodge City got a lot of hail so
he took the crew of kids and they roofed houses in Dodge City for about 10 days
until it was dry enough to cut. He was one of the hardest working men I ever knew.
His son Reggie is still in the custom cutting business, ( still Gleaner) —
he sold his last old R62 two years ago I think with over 6,000 hours on it.
(you can tell with those hours he kept it up well, and got more money out of
it than a lot of dealer combines with 1500 hours on them)
Reg is a hard worker, too, and rebuilds his and his neighbor’s machines each
winter. ( Sometimes some for Kalvesta, too) Pretty sharp, always looking for
a cheaper and better fix than Gleaner’s way.