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In The Shop

We go In The Shop With LeRoy Baumgardner as he uses a rivet squeeze to make steel extensions rims.

Run Time: 00:06:55

About this Episode

We’re in the shop with Leroy and Gail Baumgardner. Leroy’s been collecting and restoring tractors for over 40 years. He’s a skilled machinist, historian, restorer and antique tractor collector. He likes a challenge and turning flat steel into a finished wheel is just one of many. He’s in the shop building extension rims that fit on J. I. Case steam engines and early J. I. Case Gasoline Tractors.

 




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