2019/2020 Club Officers & Board 0f Directors

​​  Vice President: Joyce Rush

  2018 / 2019 Members Of The Board Of Directors

  Leo Ryman

  2019 / 2020 Club Officers

  Brandon Wilkins

  Recording Secretary: Gloria Ryman 

 Lou Kocon Jr. 


​Club Officers.

President:  Jim Stup

Vice President: Joyce Rush 

Secretary: Gloria Ryman       

Treasurer:  Lou Kocon Jr      

Membership Secretary:  Nancy Lober

  Membership Secretary:  Nancy Lober

  Jan Kocon

 James Wellard

   Picture not available at present

  Ibby Stratton

  President:  Jim Stup

   Treasurer: Lou Kocon Jr 

     Our club newsletter is produced and edited by Ibby Stratton

              Our 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 $15 for an adult.  Yearly dues for children fifteen 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, P.O. Box 476, Edinburg, Virginia 22824.  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 has grown from a few members to a membership  that averages over one hundred members.  While our activities too  have  increased over the years, our main focus is still 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, we have an annual show where  members and non-members are 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 has become more community minded by  supporting and donating considerable money to many local charities. We always  welcome new members, those who share similar interests, and those who would  just like to see how things were done, "in the good old days".



Board of Directors

James Wellard

Leo Ryman

Brandon Wilkins

Janet Kocon