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About Us

The Rainier Antique Tractor Club was founded in March 1992, in the central Puget Sound area of Washington, under the original name The Rainier Two Cylinder Tractor Club. It started with 29 members; many of the charter members are still active members of the club today. With the interest of younger members and their enthusiasm the club will hopefully continue to grow.
The goal of our club is to keep old farm tractors running and in the public eye so that the history of many of our grandfathers and fathers is not forgotten. We are always accepting new members. You don’t have to own a tractor to join our club. If you would like more information about our club please call, Mark Loken, President at 425-226-7049 or Art O’Neill, Vice President at 253-631-8446.
The club members meet every other month for a general meeting, which focuses on club activities, tractor problems or question from club members and many times a guest speaker. It culminates with door prizes, raffle drawings and a potluck lunch. The general meeting usually has 65-80 members in attendance. On the opposite months the board members meet and discuss ideas got events and activities that are of interest to all members.
The club has a library of books and videos for club members to check out that contain helpful “how to” information regarding restoring and working on our tractors.
The club participates in many parades throughout the year, including the Daffodil Parade, Maple Valley Days, and Running of the bulls for the start of The Puyallup Fair. We have our own show in June at Wilcox Family Farms in Roy, Washington and many tractor pulls throughout Washington, and Oregon draw many of our members. At the Antique Farm Engine & Tractor Assn. Show in Elma (formerly at Shelton) the club provides a dyno to check the horsepower of tractors.

Interested in joining?  Click here for a membership application.