Looking for some special piece of equipment? Need some information about restoring that vintage engine? On this page we will feature links to other websites that might help provide you with the information and help you need. Just point your mouse on the logo or name and click. We hope you are able to find what you are looking for on this page. Thanks for stopping by!
Jeremiah Herbst of Herbst’s Auctions can be seen on the Saturdays of our Steam Show working the Club’s annual Consignment Auction.
8104 Ray Smith Highway
Frederick, MD 21704
Jeff Hayes is another one of our Auctioneers who helps with our annual Saturday Consignment Auction during our “Pageant of Steam” Show.
38250 New Market Turner Rd.
Mechanicsville, MD 20659
Ever wonder if there might be Antique Tractor Clubs anywhere else in the world besides the USA? Click on the link below and see John Deere, Oliver, and many other U.S. – brand farm tractors affiliated with a German Antique tractor Club.
Many of our fathers, brothers, uncles, cousins, even some moms, aunts, and sisters have driven trucks for a living and more and more we are proud to have many of our trucking brothers bring their antique and vintage trucks and trucking equipment to our annual Pageant of Steam Show each year. Because of their much-appreciated support in the past, we dedicate this portion of our Links Page to our many friends who bring their trucks and equipment to our Show and help us to promote our American Heritage that only Antique Steam and Gas Engine Clubs as well as the Antique and Vintage Truck Clubs across America can keep alive.
Thanks to Doug and Laura Miller, Mel Fair, Charlie Gray and all of the ATHS members who help keep alive the memory and heritage of our clubs!
If you are into the old trucks of yesteryear, the trucks that used to run up and down our Nation’s roads from the 1920’s to the 1980’s, visit the American Truck Historical Society website. You will find lots of information about preserving old antique trucks from years gone past.