For all the good it did!!
There was only one other Cub there the whole weekend, a 782D, parked at the end of my display on Friday AM when I finished my setup. Talked to him yesterday when He came back.
Rain was forecast Sat night and there was a 90% chance for today (Sunday) so I packed up last evening and broke camp this AM about 6AM and headed home in a light rain/drizzle the whole 170 miles.
Pretty disappointing for a show that listed L & G equipment as part of the feature.
There were, however, several larger JD's w/2 bottom plows, a pair of Case GT's, one of which was in the swap area along with a Wheel Horse w/tiller for sale and a couple of Minneapolis Moline GT's on display in the big tractor areas.
Am thinking the fact that they moved this event from mid Sept to June several years ago and that this show leans heavily on the steam and related equipment along with the regular vintage farm equipment is part of the reason for the low turnout of GT related items.
Pictures to follow
Next up on my calendar is Portage, WI Garden Tractor Daze, weekend after the 4th.
A few others and a real odd ball you won't see every day
The rear wheel is actually a full width of the machine drum with cone shaped spikes on it.
Fresh restoration looks just like something from WWI.
The Gray Tractor Co. Minneapolis, MN