Fort Vancouver Antique
Mott flail mower, kinda rare, Clinton engine, If I remember right it ran 30 yrs ago.
Circa 1940 Montag Duchess White Porcelain Wood Cookstove
Was in our family for several generations and used on the family farm up in Amboy. Has some issues, but I believe all parts are there. With a little help it would be a great display piece of the era. Pretty heavy! Please save it from the metal recycler! Price:???? (more that scrap)
Rare circa 1939 Neptune Red Seal gas pump -- $800 (reasonable offers considered)
Purchased used by my family and used from early ‘60s into the ‘90s; ran fine during that time. Stored after that. Have original (?) nozzle and the automatic one (on it with filter). Never had a globe on it while we owned it but has place for it on top. Has 2 Lead signs for sides too.
Call: 360-247-5975 (Amboy) (leave message) or email Rick for the cook stoves and gas pump firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawncraft, cycle bar, push mower.
Mow your lawn the hard way.
The Fort Vancouver Antique Equipment Association was originally formed in 1984 with 12 members. Our club is a not-for-profit club whose purpose is to stimulate collecting, restoring, preserving, and exhibiting gas and oil engines, gas, diesel, and steam tractors, power driven farm machinery, and any other equipment of historical value.
Our club hosts the Annual Heritage Fair at the Schurman Iron Ranch on the third weekend in July. FVAEA also participates in many events in Washington State such as The Old Apple Tree Festival, and parades in Ridgefield, Hazel Dell, Hockinson, and the Veterans Day Parade in Vancouver, USA. Our parent organization is the Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association.
Our club also runs and maintains the Clark County Washington State Antique Agricultural Museum at the Clark County Event Center where we display tractors, farm equipment, antique tool use, and blacksmith techniques. FVAEA has 40 plus members, currently.
Annual single membership is $30.00
Club Membership Form
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Wards Speedex two speed, 5hp Busy bee engine, good tires.
preformed well when last used, 25 yrs ago.
All steel wheelbarrow, still useable, make a great planter.
This was my grandparents on their farm in Amboy. Exterior in good shape. Would
be a nice display piece. Please save from the scrap metal recycler. Price:
??? (more than scrap)
Branch 23 EDGETA
Bolens Power hoe, single speed.
Was restored and running great 30 yrs ago.
John Deere Model BO.
Complete. Good rubber, electric start, not running but engine is not stuck. Battery box rusted, rust on one fender. Asking $1,200 OBO.
email email@example.com or text to360-609-3063 located in Ridgefield, Washington State.