​​​​​Club Officers

              President:  Leo Ryman                        Vice-President:  Bruce Mangum

Treasurer:  Lou Kocon Jr.

Secretary:  Elizabeth Stratton

Membership Secretary:  Debbie Fauble


  2023 / 2024 Members Of The Board Of Directors

  2023 / 2024 Club Officers

  Secretary: Elizabeth Stratton 

  Phil Burner, (1 years to go)

  President:  Leo Ryman,

 Lou Kocon Jr. 

     Jim Stup, (2 years to go)

  Membership Secretary: Debbie Fauble 

     Jeff Wilt, (2 years to go)

     Norm Darling, (3 years to go.)

  Membership Secretary: Debbie Fauble, (on right) 

  Vice President:  Bruce Mangum

 Jay Sibert, (1 years to go)

     Bill Shrum, (3 years to go.)

   Treasurer: Lou Kocon Jr 

 Our club newsletter has been discontinued as no club member has   the time to work on it.  Check our website for any updated, pertinent   information.  The website is administered by Lou Kocon Jr.   


  Memberships dues are collected annually in March and are due by March 31st of each year.  The cost per year is                        presently $20 for an adult.  Yearly dues for children seventeen and under are half the price of adult dues.

  You can request a membership application by "Snail Mail".  When you get it, fill it out and send it along with a check in

  the appropriate amount made payable to the Massanutten Antique Tractor & Gasoline Engine Club (MAT&GEC) or you can

  come to any monthly club meeting and sign up for membership there or you can see us at any club event.  If using "Snail

  Mail", send to Massanutten Antique Tractor Club, 302 Fairgrounds Rd., Woodstock, Virginia 22664.  Your membership card        will be sent to you. 

  "Teach your children the joy of restoring, preserving and playing with antique tractors and they will never have enough            money left to get into drugs!"

​​​ About Us:


TheMassanutten Antique Tractor & Gasoline Engine Club, Inc. was established  by a few local residents back in 1989.  Their idea at that time, was to preserve antique tractors, gasoline engines, farm implements, and equipment.  Over the years, the club grew from a few members to a membership that at one time was over one hundred and fifty members.  While our activities too had increased over the years, our main focus was and still is on the preservation of the tractors, engines, and equipment that helped to put food on the tables in "a simpler time, not so long ago".  To that end, for twenty-nine years, we held an annual show where members and non-members were encouraged to bring their tractors, engines, implements, and equipment and to demonstrate how some of these things were used "back in the day".                                                                        Also, over the years, our club had become more community-minded by supporting and donating considerable money to many local charities.  As our membership grew older and as several of our members passed away, it was obvious that we could not continue to put on our annual tractor shows and at about that time Mr. Tom Eshelman, the manager of the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds, came up with the idea of our club putting up an agricultural museum building on the fairground property.  After thorough discussion, we decided to accept that invitation, (and challenge).                                                    It was a long time in coming but after over three years, we have finally completed the building and at this point in time, we are in the process of acquiring items for the museum that would have been used here in Shenandoah County, including a                                                   In God We Trust        e year, all during Fair Week and on the day of the Octoberfest Event.  Admission is free.  We always welcome new members, those who share 

​​​​​Board of Directors

Bill Shrum

Norm Darling

Jeff Wilt

James Stup

Jay Sibert

Phil Burner