ANTIGO - A group of tractor enthusiasts showed off their work Monday morning at Antigo's Memorial Day parade.
The Northwoods Tractor Club prides itself on refurbishing old tractors to like new condition.
The not for profit group started with just 20 members and has steadily grown to more than 100.
"Northwoods Tractor Club started in 2011 and it's a group of tractor enthusiasts that kinda thought well maybe we should get together and have an organization, maybe help out the community a little bit. So, we got together with 20 guys back then and now we're well over 100 members," says club President Mike McDougal.
Many of the tractors are hand me downs or ones that are too old to be used in the field.
That's why finding replacement parts can be tricky.
"A lot of times it's the family tractor that had been on their parents or grandparents farm. We reworked it and use it for parades such as today. Our whole general purpose of the organization is to raise money and establish an agriculture tractor museum up just north of Antigo is where we're looking at some land right now," says McDougal.
Many of the tractors date back to the 1930s.
Meeting are held on the last Monday of every month at Quinn's Bar in Neva Corners.