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Pickett show pics

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Went out to the Pickett show this morning, a small show just southwest of Oshkosh. Bought a snowblower hitch for my Allis 810 in nice shape for $10, and also bought a wonderboy 400, not running, for $30. In the pics there are two of the wonderboy, along with other interesting sights. The B10 with duels and blade was by far the nicest thing I saw. Enjoy the pics! Steve










































Neat little scarecrow with an Allis symbol on the bib too. This is a nice little show, always the weekend after labor day. Steve

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mowinman2
Thanks for the pics. Always enjoy seeing whats at shows in different parts of the country. I also went to a show this morning, but didnt take any pictures. Everything there was something we've all seen 15 times before. Thanks again. Nice quality pics too!

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