Photo by Jan Kocon  

  Raffle Tractor

Too Late, SOLD!.

~ 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., M.A.T.& G.E.C., Inc. Website Administrator 



  From this in early 2020

  Photo by Jan Kocon  

  To this on 02/17/21

 Filling The Museum

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  CONSTRUCTION OF OUR BUILDING IS FINALLY FINISHED.  CLICK ON THE BUTTONS BELOW TO SEE PICTURES FROM BEGINNING TO THE END.


 This is a picture of club member, Marshall Carper's fully restored 1967 Massey Ferguson 135 farm tractor which he donated to our   Agriculture Museum just before he passed away on July 26, 2021.  Finally, this morning, May 13, 2023, five of our club members   went to Marshall and JoAnne's house, "loaded her up and brought her home".   The 135 will be on permanent display in the   museum building to honor Marshall's memory.  To see all of today's pictures click on the red button here.

 

 


 Finally, we would like to say thank you to all of the individuals,   and companies that donated to our building fund and to our   material suppliers, craftsmen and to the local businesses that   assisted us in other ways throughout this project.  To see a   listing of all of those who are mentioned above, click on the   button below.


  Massanutten Antique Tractor & Gasoline Engine Club 2024

See you next year?

​​​​ As a fundraiser, once again, our club is running a raffle with the first prize being a 1952   Ford 8N farm tractor, Serial # 117-G26CG, second prize is a Husqvarna 130 chainsaw   and third prize is an ERTL toy tractor.  Tickets are $3.00 each, two for $5.00 and a book of   ten tickets for $20.00.  You can pick up tickets at any of the shows or events we attend or   you can mail order them by sending a check in the proper amount, made out to M.A.T. &   G.E.C., Inc., 302 Fairgrounds Rd. Woodstock, Virginia 22664.  I will fill out your stubs and   deposit them into the drawing jug and return your part of the tickets to you via Uncle Sam's   Snail Mail.  We are also selling high quality, Amish made birdhouses.  They can be picked   up at any of the events we attend.  Thank you for your   support and GOOD LUCK!








   

    Raffle Tractor Details

    " Sign Up Day"

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X marks the spot.

  To this on November 25, 2022