L.I. Antique Power Association

"Preserving The Past For The Future"

P.O. Box 1134 Riverhead L.I. N.Y. 11901
Welcome To The L.I. Antique Power Association First Annual Open House! 
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The First Annual Open House Event
Memorial Day Weekend
May 26 & 27 2012
      1927 Buffalo Springfield Steam Powered Roller      1927 Buffalo Springfield Steam Roller  

The Long Island Antique Power Association's Kids Corner
     Put together and operated by Jude Petrowski

                                                               Kids Corner   

     John Deere Pedal Tractor     Pull cart and pedal car

     Fishing Hole     Learn how to milk a cow

     hay bail and steel ring     John Deere utility wagon

     Shingle Mill from 1889     Garden Tractors with the Engine Room in the background

     A McCormick with a couple of Caterpillar Dozers      Oliver

          A Farmall Demonstrator Tractor

     A  58' Farmall 340, '41 Ford 9N     John Deere and Ford

     A Russell Junior Road Grader     John Deere A hooked up to a buzz saw powered off the drum with a belt

     John Deere A     A 1936 McCormick Deering

     A Silver King Tractor     A 1923 Fordson Roller

     Fordson Roller with a Weir Attachment     A 1954 Ford NAA Tractor with a brush hog attactment

     A 1922 Fordson High Crop with Johnson Convertible Wheels made in Hicksville Long Island New York     John Deere A

     A Buffalo Springfield Road Roller Powered by a Waukesha 6 Cyl. gas motor    A Rare Tiger Garden Tractor

     International Harvester Hit Miss Engine      International Harvester Engine

     Hit Miss Engine with a belt driven blower     John Deere Seat

          Custom Hit-Miss Tractor

          John Deere Seat Pedestal

     Crankshaft, Connecting Rod and Piston          Sign custom made by Steve Barker

     Side view          View of Crankshaft

                                                            This Engine Operated at a Power Plant in Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York

     One of the volunteers working on the forms for one of the hit-miss engines. He looks old! ;)     Form picture 2. Well he's not that old


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                                                                      Cat D337 Genset  






          Disabled American Run with the Power Association giving them a special thanks for defending our country

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