A highlight for all agricultural enthusiasts are the magnificent vintage machinery & bygones displays.
From small stationery engines to a working threshing machine there is a wonderful display of vehicles & machinery from years gone by.
Weather permitting we are always pleased to include working displays of traditional farm equipment. And on Sunday afternoons there is the chance for exhibitors to take part in the vintage tractor drive around the main ring where last year we had a collection of over 40 tractors in the parade.
Stationery Engines & Bygones
We have been expanding the vintage preservation side of the show and as we have limited room for about thirty engines, we prefer to only have two or three of any particular make or model of engine, which means you will see a wide variety of different makes and styles of engines.
The exhibitors at the Show have spent many hours in the painstaking restoration of their engines, with beautifully finished paintwork which is as good, if not better, than the original factory finish. Some other enthusiasts happen to come across an engine whose paint work might be in original un-restored condition and they prefer to preserve them in this state and chose to mechanically restore them only. It really is up to the enthusiast’s personal choice and we have a wide selection on show.
A lot of our exhibitors are members of the Lincolnshire Oil Engine Club and will be more than pleased to discuss their particular engine– but beware the engine collecting bug is easily caught!
Mr Richard Pick
Tel: 07508 908838.
Email: Richard Pick
Barn Engines & Bygones
Mr Paul Gash
Tel: 01529 305121
Email: Paul Gash
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