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Some Pics. From Wellington Ohio 2011

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Here are some pics. from Jake and My trip the 41st Lagrange Engine Club show at Wellington Ohio, www.lagrangeengineclub.com/ This is Jon Mole's (AKA JonnysAC) home show.


Loaded up and ready to leave.




Jon's 720 with Ark loader and backhoe.


The needle in a haystack...B series forklift and early B10:D Also belongs to Jon.dOd


Another shot of the forklift


A great view of Jon's display


These are the 5 that Jake and I took to the show.


Jake taking ride checking out the trucks..:D


Jon cruising the show on his 920 Diesel.


Jake relaxing at the camp.


Another tractor ride...


Trying out the forklift...:D


Jon's Like new almost NOS B-112, you really have to see this one in person to believe it....


The original plastic is still on the original Seat.:D


AC chain saws and other AC Products


I will title this pic 5 loaders and a forklift. Sorry that the dates are all wrong on these picture, forgot to reset my camera.....:I:o) Hope you enjoy these pics.

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Originally posted by B10Dave
Great pics Mike. Thanks for sharing. Only 5 tractors? Pickup bed looked very empty!!! Dave
The pickup bed was full, Carryall Box, generator, 540 PTO and a few other items....like I said Full....:D

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