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Also due to the outbreak, our 2020 International Convention & Old Equipment Exposition has been POSTPONED. Instead of this August, it will be held August 27-29, 2021, at the same location near Concordia, Kansas.  

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2013 Convention, IUOE Local 150 Apprenticeship Skill Improvement Program (ASIP) Center, Wilmington, Illinois

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  • Charles Casturo owns this little Diamond T dump truck, a model 614-S built in 1939.
  • Who needs an EROPS? The fellow taking this Cletrac FGC to the loading dock is enjoying natural air conditioning. This is another of the Schaaf Museum exhibits.
  • Tractors of all sizes were shown by the Schaaf Museum. A 1970 Struck is dwarfed by a 1927 Cletrac 100.
  • This 1961 Euclid TC12, owned by The Schaaf Museum, put on an impressive show of
  • The Cletrac 100 got its model designation from its drawbar horsepower rating. They were built from 1927 through 1930, and are quite rare today. The Schaaf Museum showed this example.
  • 1920 Austin Manufacturing Pup three-wheel
  • The P & H S-20 Stik-Clam was produced decades ahead of today’s compact excavators. Board Chairman Dave Geis of Seward, Nebraska, owns this example, built in 1962.
  • 1938 Adams S3 Hauling Scraper, owned by Dave Geis, Seward, Nebraska.
  • National Director Jim Schaus of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and his 1947 Allis-Chalmers
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