The Purpose of our Organization:

To preserve, restore and work antique tractors, farm machinery , tools, automobiles and construction equipment to display what our parents and grandparents had to work with to feed their families and our nation in the beginning of the twentieth century.  The transition from horse, mule and oxen power source on our agricultural land to the steam engine and then to the internal combustion engines.

                              "Keeping History Alive"

 

2017 Featured Antique Tractors: Farmall & International Harvester

2017 Featured Garden Tractor: Wheel Horse

2017  Featured Engines: McCormick Deering

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NOTE: Any errors, omissions, misspelled names, etc  on this site are not intentional. Please excuse such mistakes. Thank you.

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Our deepest sympathy to the family of Robert Glen "Ziggy" Czigans.  Ziggy went home to his maker Saturday, June 10, 2017. Farus Funeral Home of New Concord will be assisting the Czigans family. There will be no calling hours and a memorial service will be held at a future date. We remember Ziggy with his "red" farmall tractor and trailer with numerous items at shows and in parades. He was known for his sign that read; "If it ain't red, leave it in the shed". We'll miss you Ziggy.

 

 

The following needs to be added to your schedule: We have been invited to take part in the Chandlersville Homecoming Show and Parade August 4 & 5 at the old Chandlersville School. Questions? Contact Joel Ault 740-297-3586.

 

2017 Schedule and Calendar of Events are listed on a separate page.

COMING SOON:  The annual wiener roast/potluck which was normally held on Friday evening to kick off the annual show, will be held Sunday, September 24, 2017 (NOON) during the garden tractor pull at Gaumer Park. Meat, drinks, buns and table service will be provided as usual.

We're excited to add a "buy/sell/trade" event on Sunday, September 24th as well. Members are invited to bring in items such as tractors, tractor parts, weights, tools or anything that is connected with our club's pulling and show programs. Owners are completely responsible for their own items and also the transactions and sale of their items. OSAGC will not be liable or responsible for any transactions or sales during this event.

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FOR SALE:

Due to medical reasons the following tractors are for sale.

(tractors all run and are ready for restoration).

1952 M/M Z - 1945 M/M R - 1944 Case SC - 1941 AC WC - 1940 JD B                                                       Tractors can be seen by calling: (740) 452-4000 or (740) 221-5720

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Wanting to liquidate - List of items for sale:

David Bradley walk behind tractor with five attachments - Front rotary mower, sickle mower, sulkey, lawn roller, cultivators (original owners manuals for each attachment)

Collection of corn shellers , five different models

Economy 1.5 hit/miss engine

Two maytag engines - 1 single cylinder and 1 two cylinder

Some steam engine models

Also Tommy gate off of a Ford F-250 lift gate

All items have been stored in side of building.

Contact: Tim Fisher (740) 452-2623 after 5PM or leave message

Estate items for sale:

1950 Cub International tractor with belly mower, push blade and sickle bar

1966 (approximate) Wheel Horse Electro 12 charger automatic, Kohler engine (12hp) Red in color, hydraulics, snowblade

If interested these can be seen east of Zanesville. Phone 740-624-9573 or 740-454-4834