The 39th Annual Yankee Engine-uity Show, put on by the Central Massachusetts Steam Gas and Machinery Association, will take place on 27-28 June at the Orange Municipal Airport, Orange, MA (see link below).
Why no OT in the title of this thread? Because the featured vehicle of this year's show is the Model T Ford.
This is a great show - always a big field of displays and very well attended. Added bonus that the Model T will be the showcase of this year's show. If you are in New England (or passing through on the weekend of 27-28 June), this show is well worth visiting.
Thank you Ron I will save the date! Hopefully I can make it out there.
Will we be seeing you at the Danvers' Ford meet this sunday? I plan on driving over my '20 runabout.
James - hope you and that beautiful cutoff of yours can make it too!
I just called Danvers Ford, I couldn't believe the car show was this Sunday. I will definately be there its from 8AM to 1PM. Looking forward to seeing your '20 runabout and some "T" talking. I live so close my 22 cutoff doesn't even warm up by the time I get there.
I don't think my Model T will make it that far but I have a 2hp Jaeger hit miss engine that I could bring along. My father and I are having trouble setting the points and timing on the Wico mag and could use some tips and help.
I have tentatively made a commitment to go also. If it wasn't for the fact that T's are featured this year, I might not have due to the distance of towing. Who knows, if I like it enough, I may go again.
James - I'm not a hit/miss guy, but there will be a ton of them at the show. A friend of mine who specializes in T/A Worthingtons and conversion tractors (he owns one of the first Worthingtons ever built - an extremely rare T-based rear steer, one of 4 known to exist), will be there and he is pretty sharp on hit/miss. If he can't help you with the Jaeger, he'll know who can.