Vintage Tractors

Vintage Tractor Show & Games
Saturday May 26, 2012
9:00 am to 3:30 pm
Downtown Colborne

A ‘Show ‘n Tell’ of historical and/or pioneering farm implements, tools, the engine powered equipment, etc. to celebrate the importance of Agriculture to our community. Bring along the unusual and the necessary antique farm implements, tools, hand and gas-engine powered equipment used to sustain rural communities of the past. Sponsored by the Northumberland Federation of Agriculture.

All Farm Tractors 25 years and older welcome

Peer Judging for 4 Best-in-Show Hoselton ‘Apple’ Trophies

Souvenir dash plates (sponsored by Brighton Automotive & Industrial Supply)

Door Prizes

Parade with commentary

Slow Tractor Race

Pop Can Race

Lots of Family Entertainment and Children’s Activities


Apple Blossom Tyme 2011
Vintage Tractor, Gas Engines, Antique Farm Machinery & Tool Show Results
Grand Champion – won by Doug Ward, Cobourg with his 1945 Ford 2N
Sponsored by W.D. McGlennon Insurance

Best In Show – won by Kevin McComb, Castleton with his 1950 Allis Chalmers WD
Sponsored by HD Supply Inc.

Best In Show – won by Douglas Davey, Cobourg with his 1952 Fordson Major
Sponsored by Mike Voskamp Construction

Best In Show – won by Bill Holmes, Roseneath with his 1949 John Deere ‘R’
Sponsored by L J Kernaghan Construction

Best In Show – won by Bob Davey, Cobourg with his 1946 IH Farmall ‘A’
Sponsored by Johnston Motors

Best Historical Exhibit – won by Owen Bosma with his exhibit of home-made engines and old pick-up
Sponsored by Peak Engineering and Construction

Best Gas Engine Exhibit – won by Ed Down, Brighton with his exhibit of Fairbanks Morse Gas Engines
Sponsored by Clarke Concrete Enterprises

Best Tool Exhibit – won by Logan Davey with his exhibit of old chainsaws
Sponsored by Colborne Home Hardware

Pop Can Race – won by Ron Hough, Ameliasburg with his 1948 IH Farmall Super ‘A’
Sponsored by L & B Welding

Furthest Distance – won by Frank Sharpe, Picton who brought his 1957 IH Farmall ‘C’
Sponsored by Downey Pharmacy

1st Prize Slow Race – won by Albert Wilce, Colborne with his 195? Massey Ferguson
Sponsored by Holcim