Sites Linking to Us
EDGETA Official Website
This page is being developed to aid members of the E.D.G.E. and T.A. in receiving and giving information that would be of general interest to all members. Please remember that this is a work in progress and your input on what should appear on these pages is welcome.
Pioneer Harvest Fiesta
Open a window into the past. Activities include: corn husking and shelling, sawmill operation, sorghum masking, wheat threshing, blacksmithing, rock crushing, straw baling, tractor pulls and more.
Yesterday’s Tractor Co.
Yesterday’s Tractor Co. has spent many years locating the correct tractor parts for your antique or classic tractor. Our extensive research has helped us to identify these parts and catalog them in an electronic format so you can easily locate the parts you need.
Sites We Like
Machines of the Past: The Hit-and-Miss Engine
A great article by ASAP Motors & Transmissions on the history of the Hit-and-Miss Gas Engine.
Empire Tractor Owner Club
The Empire Tractor Owners Club is for anyone owning or interested in the history and preservation of the1946-1948 Empire tractor. Our goal is to provide our members with the information needed to correctly restore and perserve this unique tractor known as the Empire Tractor.
Ford/Fordson Collectors Association, Inc.
“Saving the Past for the Future” The Ford/Fordson Collectors Association, Inc. is dedicated to the preservation of Ford and Fordson tractors and their history. The F/FCA is incorporated in Ohio as a Non-profit organization and hold a 501 C-7 IRS designation for tax exemption. There are over 700 members world wide with over 2300 registered Ford and Fordson Tractors.
Steam and Engine of Australia
Steam & Engine of Australia is a perpetual magazine page designed to provide information to anyone on Steam Engines, Internal Combustion Engines, Model Engineering, Restoration, History, Club Listings, Events and heaps more!
Specializing in John Deere “H”, but we also have JD A, B, G, MT,40, 420,50 and 60 tractors for all your salvage part needs and also many complete tractors ready for restoration.
Harry’s Old Engine
Collecting, restoring and showing antique stationary gas, gasoline and steam engines. Engine show photos, Magnetos and Ignition, Classified Ads and books.
Harrold’s Monstor Tractor and Engine Links
Huge engine link library. Provides several hours of pictures, information and fun. Find Clubs, Shows, Museums and Fellow Enthusiasts Geographically.
Antique Tractors Online
Welcome to Antique Tractors Online.com, your portal to excellent Antique Tractor and Farm Equipment Sites on the Internet. Make use of our services listed on the left menu bar, and set us as your start page today! While here, visit our Bookstore we have created on Subscriberline.com – use the link directly below to go there now and add an excellent reference book to your library today!
Bill’s Antique Gas Engines Page
Welcome to Bill’s Antique Gas Engines. This site is loaded with pictures of antique gas engines, restoration tips, serial number lists, and links to other related sites. This page best viewed with eyes at a screen resolution of 800×600 Java/Java Script enabled site – some functions not available if viewed with an ANTIQUE browser.
Bob’s Early Day Gas Engines
I’m a member of the Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association, Branch 22 in Campo, California, an associate member of Branch 111 in the California “Gold country”, also a member of The California Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association and Museum at Vista, California.
Central Hawkeye Gas Engine and Tractor Association, Inc.
Learn about Central Hawkeye its history and people. Information on Shows and Swapmeets. Photographs of our shows and Swapmeets. Including Fun games and our featured members.
Central Kansas Flywheels Museum
The Flywheels Museum is a “Member Owned” facility, and has the rather rare policy of accepting items on loan, with no strings attached. We feel that this policy makes items available to us, that would otherwise be very difficult to obtain. The museum complex is operated solely by the Central Kansas Flywheels, Inc., Antique Engine and Tractor Club members.
The Engine Barn
Welcome to The Engine Barn. The site features a look at my antique gasoline engine collection. Antique gasoline engines and related memorabilia are a rapidly expanding area of collecting. I’m sure many among you have been bit by the “Old Iron” bug. If not, look around my site, you never know, you just may see something that piques your curiosity!
Fort Allen Antique Farm Equipment Association Inc
The Fort Allen Antique Farm Association, Inc. came into being as a result of the dedication of a few men to the restoration and preservation of antique farm equipment. Their aim was to educate current and future generations about the tools and methods their fathers and forefathers employed as they raised, clothed, nourished and educated their families. That aim remains primary for the Association today. Incorporated in 1966, the Association now boasts more than 400 members.