Who & Where
S1061 Highway 27
Westby, WI 54667
TRACTOR PULL ANTHONY WANGEN
GAS ENGINES JAY COX/JERRY JOHNSON
GATE NORBERT BURCH
PEOPLE HAULING JERRY MARKS & SANDWICKS
FOOD STAND CYNTHIA CLARK
TRACTOR & VEHICLE LINEUP ED CRICK
WASTE MANAGEMENT JOSH CRICK
SAW MILL RICHARD JOHNSON
TRACTOR PARADE ANNOUNCER MIKE KVALE
CAMPING ANTHONY WANGEN
THRESHING MIKE KLINKNER
DYNOMETER BILL KORN
SAW DUST PILE LINDA KLINKNER & FAMILY
BOUNCE HOUSE ANTHONY WANGEN
FIRST AID ARNIE KLINKNER/FIRST RESPONDERS
TRACTORCADE ED CRICK
GROUNDS ANTHONY WANGEN
OFFICE ARNIE KLINKNER
BUTTONS & PLAQUES JEAN COX
VENDOR/DISPLAYS DAVE CLARK
SIGNS/BENCHES JOHN WANGEN
ADVERTISING JEROME BUTERA
WEBSITE CORTNEY COX
SOUND ED CRICK/STEVE BREUGGEN
CHRISTMAS PARTY ARNIE KLINKNER
LACROSSE PLOW JOHN WANGEN/JERRY JOHNSON
The Coulee Antique Engine Club is a club dedicated to the preservation and display of antique agricultural equipment, including, but not limited to, tractors, plows, gas and steam engines, garden equipment, and much more.
Each member of the club are collectors of some sort of old iron, all of which they wish to preserve for future generations. Those who grew up with the equipment hold it even closer to their hearts.
If you have an interest in preserving the past, please stop in to see our annual show or become a member!
The Coulee Antique Engine Club started as a small group of people getting together in the Dahl Pharmacy parking lot in Viroqua, WI to show their love of old engines and machinery...
This group soon grew into the Coulee Antique Engine Club, and held their first meeting in 1971. Over the years, membership continued to grow and in 2003, was incorporated as the Western Wisconsin Agricultural Museum, Inc.
However after much debate, the club name has returned to Coulee Antique Engine Club and will be official as of January 2015.
Membership now stands at approximately 220 members with new members being added every year.
All engines & equipment operated with an engine shall be behind the safety barrier.
All display areas should be kept neat & clean.
Shut down engines & tractors while refueling & keep flammables at a safe distance.
Fuels should be transported in containers designed for that purpose.
Please make sure engine exhausts are muffled & pointed away from spectators.
All stationary engines are to be shut down during the parade.
All machinery is to be shut down at 5:00PM each day.
Do not drive tractors through the engine display area.
On-ground speed limit is 5 MPH. Speeding will not be tolerated. Tractors are to be operated in asafe, slow manor.
Tractors in the belt will have an operator on the tractor at all times.
A responsible, qualified person must be in charge of all equipment while in operation. This means that adults MUST accompany underage drivers.
DO NOT leave equipment running unattended.
No equipment with steel lugs will be operated on paved areas.
Large equipment must be roped off while running. Small displays should be kept in marked areas.
All steam engines are subject to Wisconsin rules & must have a current Wisconsin State Inspection Tag & Certificate for operation.
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES are to be consumed by exhibitors while operating equipment.
Please report any accident or safety violation to a club officer or member at once.