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Tired Iron of the Ozarks, a club dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of antique engines and tractors, is located at 13344 Taylor Orchard Road, Gentry, Arkansas (Mailing address is P.O. Box 57, Gentry, AR 72734). It is four miles southwest of Gentry and four miles north of Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Our show grounds belong to the club and consist of 17 acres. We have approximately 170 members. The club has a 1907 log cabin , a blacksmith shop, a clubhouse, an early 1900s sawmill, a 90 ft x 40 ft pavilion, a 60 ft x 32 ft antique home exhibit building, and an RV park with over 30 spaces.
Tired Iron presents two shows each year, one the third full weekend of April and the other the weekend after Labor Day in September. The members of Tired Iron of the Ozarks participate in civic functions such as parades, founders days, farm shows, automobile shows, boat shows, county fairs, tractor pulls, and festivals thoughout Northwest Arkansas, Northeast Oklahoma, Southeast Kansas and Southwest Missouri. They generously, and at their own expense, display and demonstrate their personally owned tractors and engines in many events.
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