The 17th Annual Marshall County Antique Iron Tractor Show scheduled for April 12 & 13 at 10522 Gator Road in Lebanon, Oklahoma.
Event coordinators from Marshall County Antique Iron Club say the show gives visitors a chance to learn how things were done back in the day, from bayling hay to blacksmithing. A lineup of antique tractors makes up the main attraction for the show. Also, there are antique implements demonstrates, some hands on demonstrations, tractor pull, kiddie pedal pull, parade of power and homemade ice cream.
The Marshall County Antique Iron Club is located in Enos, Oklahoma, and exists to preserve the rich history of antique farm equipment. Each year the club hosts its annual show and its there that you can find tractors and various farm implements in all stages of restoration. From the newly discovered rusty old treasure spotted in a fence row, or an old abandoned barn, to the pristinely restored, highly admired, and all stages in between the club is proud to represent the local farmer. The owners range in age from young teenagers to old farmers. The many generations represented in the club share the same fondness for antique agricultural equipment and the history of the industry it symbolizes. Children riding with grandparents, teenagers expressing their independence by driving on their own, and adults overseeing it all have one common thread, the love of tractors and the impact they have had on American history.