The 16th annual Huron Area Antique Power Association show will be held tomorrow and Sunday on the State Fairgrounds. Restored tractors and farm equipment going back over one hundred years will be on display, as well as classic cars and stationary engines. Featured this year are odd ball and orphan, meaning equipment from companies that no longer exsist. Association president Dennis Schilling says he isn’t sure what will come out…..
Schilling says they know that a Volvo tractor will be on display. Also featured will be Waterloo Boy stationary engines, which were produced till the early 1920’s. The show will be held in the southweat corner of the South Dakota State Fairgrounds, and admission is free.