The 24th annual Tractor & Gas Engine show is underway at the Crawford County Museum in Pittsburg.
Antique tools are on display, some are for sale.
Event organizers hope they spark a bit of curiosity, especially in the younger generation.
"It's a way to preserve the past, and for us collectors to show kids and grand kids how grandma and grandpa use to have to do it," says show director Joe Winter.
"Myself, I wasn't that interested until I got middle-aged, and then I started picking up on it," says Kenny Wilson of the Southeast Kansas Tractor Club. "It's a wonderful hobby."
The show continues Saturday. Admission is $4 with proceeds going towards the Southeast Kansas Tractor Club.
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