42nd Annual Dublin Show
7 September 2013
Slide Show Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
(40 images per section)
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|In knew that it had been a few years since we last went
to the Dublin show but a search of the records shows it has been seven
years since the last visit. WOW, time flies like an arrow when you
are having fun (fruit flies like a banana) One big change at the
show is they no longer sell the T shirts with nifty sayings on the
back. No more Rust in Peace or Wait till OSHA Sees This.
But the show was a interesting as always. I made it around, probably, three quarters of the grounds, before my lower back announced that it had as much of the fun as it was going to tolerate.
Terri and Errol Groff, your humble web master and his sweetie!
Greg Rypkema has sent the following information about his extensive display of mowers. Thanks Greg for your contribution to the page!
Sulky Briggs and Stratton model mc Briggs h on a mower and barely visible a
1936 Locke mower with Briggs KR, it has a 75 inch cut.
1931 shaw du-all powered by Briggs rc. Has model a ford tranny model t rear end
all gear drive, no belts or chain
Motomower model lawnpeer with Briggs nr6, 1928 motomower Detroit model with
Briggs PB, 1939 whirlwind mower with Briggs ah one of the first rotary mowers,
later bought out by toro.
Whirlwind, 1937 Milbradt mower with Briggs B
1927 red-e mower with Briggs fg, 1924 bolens with Briggs PB, 1928 motomower city
model with Briggs FI, 1931 motomower jr with briggs T
motomower lawnpeer, PB Motomower, whirlwind
FI motomower, motomower jr
1924 bolens, FI motomower, motomower jr
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