Chapter Twenty Seven
Canadian Classic Prairie Crawlers
Phone: (204) 534-0714
Our chapter has a great variety of members, folks from both the agriculture and construction sides of Caterpillar’s history. We are the crazy Canucks that you will often see out in the -40 winters rescuing Cats, and in the summer months you can usually find us hanging out at the local shows. We welcome any new faces, as well as familiar ones to come for a visit and check out what we get up too, just plan a summer trip!
One of our members Cameron Duncan had finished restoring a 2U-D8. The community of Spy Hill in which he resides annually has a sport day and rodeo, he has always wanted to have an addition to the weekend that included old tractors and equipment. So in 2019 the first ever antique tractor pulls
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Our Chapter all started on April 8th 2017, Martin Hicks our now Chapter President started the process of calling ACMOC members in the area months prior to our first gathering. Once there was enough interested parties we got together on the 8th of April. Martin gave a little presentation about ACMOC and explained that we had to put in an application in order to get chapter status. The whole group was in favor and the paper work was filled out and filed. We had 12 guys show up for the first get together.
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We are looking forward to the 2021 ACMOC National Show to be held at C.J. Moyna & Sons in Elkader, Iowa, from September 17-19, 2021. Plans are well underway for a great show including working antique Cat equipment, tours of the facilities and much, much more! More details (lodging and banquet information) will be included in ACMOC Magazine issue 154-coming soon.
We hope you'll be able to attend. Please register to let us know you're coming at: https://cjmoyna.com/events/acmoc-2021-show/
If you need any help with the registration process, please contact the ACMOC office and we'd be glad to take care of that for you.
Golf carts will be available for rent with advance reservation on registration or you can bring your own if you'd prefer. (No other vehicles other than golf carts please)