2022 Orange Spectacular® Feature Tractor

 

 2022 Orange Spectacular® featuring the 50th Anniversary of the Allis-Chalmers 200 tractor and the 200 tractor plowing team.

Also Acknowledging 100th Anniversary of the 20-35 Tractor.

Lawn & Garden area – Featuring the 50th Anniversary of the 616 Garden Tractor

 

Need to get your tractor(s) registered before the show?  SAVE TIME by pre-registering your tractor(s) now by downloading this form HERE and returning to the listed contact(s).

 

For more details about our 2022 show, please download the Show Poster.

10 thoughts on “2022 Orange Spectacular® Feature Tractor”

  1. We have a old allis that needs work. Tires are bad we think it’s a c and might be built in 38. Is there anyone interested.
    Ralph stelling at millville,mn r0 miles from Rochester

  2. I might be able to attend. Looking forward to my first visit along with my significant other. Hopefully my work schedule allows for me to attend.

  3. 50 years of the 200 Allis Chalmers. Dad traded his 190XT on one in 1975. My father in law purchased one about the same time. We still have dads in the shed. It mows some road ditch and blows a little snow. They received a trip to Milwaukee to tour the factory as a promo item. Both came from Howard Beske at Service implement in Hector, MN. This was the second trip for dad as he got one when he bought the D19 in about 1962. I think that came out of Ruschmeyer in Fairfax, MN. Gotta get to the show this year. Lots of memories in the orange paint as there were several others in the mix.

    1. Kurt, This is the perfect show to attend and bring a piece of Allis-Chalmers history for everyone to see. Look forward to seeing you at the show.

  4. have been using AC since 1959 started farming with to WC tractors have had several WD and WD45s and know buying up a few more saving then from the junkyard

  5. Hello. My 18 year old son and I are interested in attending for the first time this year. We would potentially bring our RV and one or two AC tractors as well. I will look further on your website but what are my recommended next steps?

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