Tired Iron to hold Spring Crank-up

Gentry club will hold three-day antique engine and tractor show this weekend

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

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Madison Bunch, 10, with her grandfather, Glenn Smith, drive a 1945 B Farmall tractor on the grounds of Tired Iron of the Ozarks, in Gentry, in preparation for the annual spring show this weekend. The tractor, outfitted by Smith with two seats, and a clutch and brake pedal on each side, is the club's new "driver's ed tractor." Rides will be offered without charge to children, 8 and above, this weekend.

Madison Bunch, 10, with her grandfather, Glenn Smith, drive a 1945 B Farmall tractor on the grounds of Tired Iron of the Ozarks, in Gentry, in preparation for the annual spring show this weekend. The tractor, outfitted by Smith with two seats, and a clutch and brake pedal on each side, is the club's new "driver's ed tractor." Rides will be offered without charge to children, 8 and above, this weekend.
Photo by Randy Moll

Things are again cranking up at the Tired Iron of the Ozarks show grounds south of Gentry in preparation for the three-day show which begins Friday.


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