From this in early 2020

Fourth Prize

~ Notice to viewers:  Our website has been and is experiencing several problems.  Many pictures that were on, (and are back on), several of our event pages ~have, from time to time, mysteriously decided to disappear, all by themselves. Slide shows, after being installed according to directions supplied, have so ~many blank windows in them that I have totally given up trying to use the slide show feature and when you go to the website, you never know what any ~given page is going to look like, as many times, the information, pictures and/or the button locations have changed, again, mysteriously, all by ~themselves.  I have called GoDaddy's "customer service department" and after spending considerable time with them on several different occasions, they ~have not been able to give me any solutions to correct the problems so, if you experience similar problems when you try to view the pictures, etc., that ~have been posted on any of our event pages, I apologize for the shoddy appearance of the site due to the less than favorable "customer service" that ~I have received.  The latest answer I have gotten from "customer service" is that I will have to, "go to their new, upgraded program" and start all over again ~as they have made no provisions to move any of the information, pictures and/or pages from the "old website program" to their new version.  Needless to ~say, I will not do that.  In my humble opinion, using a GoDaddy website leaves a lot to be desired but for now, with all of the time I have invested in this ~site, that is all that I can do.                        Lou Kocon Jr.

 ~For 2021, our club will be having another antique tractor raffle.  The prizes will be as follows:

~ First Prize will be a restored 1941 9N tractor. 

~ Second Prize will be a vintage 1978 Ford Garden Tractor that has recently been restored.

~ Third Prize will be a vintage Ford Pedal Tractor.  (Both second and third prizes were ~restored by 93 year old Junior Helsley.)  

~Fourth Prize will be a Ford toy tractor also pictured below.

~Tickets can be purchased at any event our club attends or can be ordered through "Snail ~Mail" by sending your request to Lou Kocon Jr., 732 Wisman Rd., Woodstock, Virginia, ~22664.  Tickets are $3.00 each, 2 for $5.00 or a book of 10 for $20.00.  Make checks out to ~M.A.T.& G.E.C., Inc..  The drawing will be at the AutumnFest event which should be held at ~the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds in early October of 2021.  If AutumnFest is canceled ~again, the drawing will be held at our building site at The Shenandoah County Fairgrounds ~early in October of 2021.  The exact date and time will be posted here and in local ~publications.  Come on now.  You know that you don't have one of these so you must need ~one and you know you want one........ no matter what "the better half" says!  

   CLICK ON BUTTONS BELOW TO SEE PICTURES OF BUILDING PROGRESS

That's all.  There's nothing more to see here so mooove along now, folks. 

   Massanutten  Antique Tractor & Gasoline Engine Club, Inc., 2021 

Third Prize

Second Prize

~Our last BBQ chicken sale for this year is history.  We would like ~to thank all of you, our customers who came out and purchased ~some of the best BBQ Chicken in the valley.  Your support will ~help us to finish the construction of the museum and display ~building on the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds which will ~showcase farming equipment and practices used here in the ~valley many, many years ago.  Thank You!

  To this on 02/17/21

First Prize

~ Our biggest project to date is underway.  Our club, The Massanutten Antique Tractor & Gasoline ~Engine Club, Inc. has entered into a partnership with The Shenandoah County Fair Association to ~construct a museum and a display area for antique tractors and antique farming equipment.  This ~is the beginning of "Chapter Two" for our club.  We would gladly accept any assistance of any type ~from any individual, business or company.  We have completed Phase I, the foundation and the ~slab and at this point, we have Phase II, the museum building, dried in but we still have to finish ~the inside with electric, sheetrock, painting, etc..  Then it will be on to Phase III, the covered ~display area.  For more information, contact Treasurer Lou Kocon at 540-459-7768 or President ~Jim Stup at 540-465-5066.  As this project advances, I will post pictures of the progress on this ~website.

X marks the spot.