We had a very good time at the show. Met people from Australia, Canada, and all over the US. We had decent weather. Nothing blew away... It was hot though. Thanks to my Dad for all of your hard work and support. I couldn't ask for a better sales associate... :)
We took four more orders, two of which will be challenging and I'm really looking forward to. I now have 16 machines to build... I guess I better start hustling...
I am so thankful for the success of "Little Tractors." I am amazed at what God will do if you ask. He will provide above and beyond anything that our finite minds can imagine. I never would have dreamed that I'd build miniature tractors for a living, but that is what I'm doing. :) I get to meet the best people this country (and world) has to offer, and they are so excited with the finished product that they receive. I love my job!
This was the display, I took this photo first thing in the morning. The booth was rarely empty. Young and young at heart loved looking at the tractors and asking questions.
I found my FWA's Daddy in IL. There was only one FWA 1206 at the whole show.
This picture gives an idea of what a "Pro-Stock" tractor looks like.
he pulling tractor is a mechanical twin to this little Cub Cadet. (Except for the turbo charger I installed.) Eight weeks before this picture was taken, the pulling tractor looked like the lawn mower...
Two of my previous builds with their "Daddies."