Welcome to the Home of the National EDGE&TA (Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association)
PLEASE NOTE: The Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association does not purchase or help with the individual sale of engines, tractors, antiques and other items. Please contact an EDGETA Branch near you to inquire about upcoming swap meets or sales.
The Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association (E.D.G.E. & T.A.) was formed in 1957 and is a national organization whose purpose is to stimulate interest in collecting, restoring, preserving, and exhibiting gasoline and oil engines, gas/diesel and steam tractors, power driven farm machinery and any other equipment of historical value. Individual membership is only available through the local branches and contacts to these branches are given under the”Branch Locations” section of this site.
The National Association is governed by seven directors elected on a rotating basis. The seven directors then choose a President, Vice President, and Secretary/Treasurer from within the Board of Directors with the exception of the Secretary/Treasurer who can be appointed from outside the board per the bylaws.
If your club is interested in becoming affiliated with EDGE&TA, please follow these procedures:
Fill out the Application to Join EDGE&TA and submit to Carrie Jo Parmley, EDGE&TA Secretary. It will be forwarded on to the Board of Directors for approval. New clubs require a minimum of twenty (20) members to join the National Organization and become a Branch. Dual members may not be included in the original twenty. If your club is approved, Carrie Jo will notify you and you can then proceed as follows: Fill out the EDGE&TA Branch Information Sheetalong with a list of names and addresses of your members. EFFECTIVE WITH 2013 DUES, MAKE A CHECK PAYABLE TO EDGE&TA FOR $12.00 PER PERSON (For Dues and Benefits) and forward to Carrie Jo Parmley. You will be assigned a branch number. Membership cards and other information will be sent to you.
It is no longer an insurance requirement to report your event to have insurance coverage. However, the EDGETA National Board of Directors strongly encourages you to report your events, so they are added to the Branch Event Calendar. This will publicize your show or event for other branches to see. It also gives the National Directors and Advisors a way to keep track of branch activities.
Static tractor and engines displays at the San Juan County Fair. We will have the arena on Friday and will start at 4:00 p.m. for tractor games and 6:00 p.m. for tractor pull (safety meeting at 5:30) and Saturday all day for games and pulls. Limited RV spots have been reserved with hookups.
Branch 159 Tillamook Old Iron Show
When: Fri Aug 18 thru Sun Aug 20 2017
Where: BLUE HERON FRENCH CHEESE CO. 2001 BLUE HERON DR TILLAMOOK OR 97141
Description: Aug 18 12 to 5; Aug 19 9 – 5; Aug 20 9 – 3
Admission $3/day or $5/3 days.
antique tractors & engines, farm & logging equipment, antique tools. Swap meet.
Saturday cruise-in 10 am. – 2 pm.
contact: tele 503-812-2609 or 503-801-4900 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The same dates our club is also participating in the Step Back in Time (SBiT) historical event. $20 admission includes our show & other local museums as well as Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad ride.
For more SBiT information please call the Garibaldi Maritime Museum at (503) 322-8411 or stop by the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum on 2 near Pacific Ave in Tillamook or email email@example.com.
August 19 & 20 The 29th Annual Threshing Bee at the Huntley Project Museum, approximately 15 miles NE of Billings, on Hwy #312 between Huntley and Worden. The South Central Montana Antique Tractor and Machinery Association (EDGETA Br. 29) Show features Allis Chalmers tractors this year, antique tractor pull, grain binding/milling, steam/gas threshing, engine displays, baling, saw mill, shingle mill, shingle branding, blacksmith & machine shop, tractor balance, slow tractor race, parade of power, kids barrel ride, people mover, arts & crafts, steamed corn on the cob, Dutch oven bread baking, and musical entertainment. Contact Dick Tombrink, 2250 North 12th Rd, Worden, MT 59088, 406-690-4080, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tractor Pull, Parade and many events to enjoy
This is our Labor Day Show lots of antique tractors and old engines. Parade downtown on Saturday with entertainment and food on sight. This is a nice friendly show come join us.
Tractor & Engine Show, Plow Day starting at noon on Friday, Tractor Pull, Demonstrations, Children’s activities, Auction at noon to benefit Scholarship Fund. Evening meal at 5:30 on Saturday.
This is not an EDGE&TA event. Static display of tractors, engines, and antique trucks.