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By Tom Seest

Can You Catch Classic Tractor Fever?

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Mike and Frank enter an outbuilding that seems too good to be true, which proves their assumption wrong. A former honky-tonk spot yields wooden juggling clubs, Gunthermann Charlie Chaplin wind-up toy figures, lighter, Slush Puppie posters, Philco Predicta televisions, Honey-Krust bread door pushes as well as door pushes from Honey-Krust bread companies – making for quite the treasure trove! Additionally, they tour an extensive warehouse-sized collection of motorcycle advertising art.

Can You Catch Classic Tractor Fever?

Can You Catch Classic Tractor Fever?

Mike & Frank: What Classic Tractors Will They Find?

Mike and Frank head out into Bear’s sprawling junkyard with great expectations, but his tough Texas approach may put their deal off track. After finding an obscure 1969 Kawasaki muscle bike but questioning its viability to run properly, bundle master Frank attempts to win over a demolition expert through a hot deal. The two eventually explore an Alabama Museum of Wonder featuring some remarkable finds, including an enormous Piggly Wiggly mascot head!
On a road trip through New Hampshire, Mike and his friends find an unexpected treasure trove in Tommy’s barn, where they discover incredible railroad relics. Additionally, Mike uses his honest approach to win over an aggressive negotiator in Louisiana; then, they meet a demolition expert from Iowa whose unique grave marker could cost them $20,000 more.
While picking through a rundown old house, Mike and Frank find more than they bargained for in their box of surprises. A longtime collector opens his personal showcase where the finds include an old toy museum sign as well as a 1970s Andre the Giant action figure from the 1970s! Later in Ohio, Mike and Frank explore a prolific collector’s inventory consisting of OshKosh B’Gosh milk bottles, Sealtek signs, Golden Sun seeds, Renk Dealer oilcans, and much more – in total, over three locations!
Mike and Frank make an unexpected discovery in Pennsylvania: a warehouse filled with vintage motorcycles, but an unwilling collector stands in their way of any potential deal. Later, Mike and Frank visit a retiree with an amazing collection of sideshow memorabilia, including an original Gunthermann Charlie Chaplin wind-up toy, lighter, Slush Puppie poster, and large Laurel and Hardy masks – not an easy deal indeed.
Though they differ greatly in many aspects, both pickers share an enthusiasm for history and antiques. Even after experiencing disagreements and arguments between themselves, Mike and Frank remain close friends who will continue exploring America’s treasures together. Mike attempts to win back his former girlfriend, who was let go from their job due to her disability; Mike and Frank meet with an octogenarian artist about his gallery that contains shrines dedicated to women from his life; finally, they embark on their search for an iconic motorcycle in Oklahoma.

Mike & Frank: What Classic Tractors Will They Find?

Mike & Frank: What Classic Tractors Will They Find?

Kenny & Dale’s Tractor Adventure: What Will They Discover?

Kenny, his mother Andrea, and their baby brother Jake arrive at the “Tickle Me Pink” salon to find him weeping outside, asking if she knows where he is, and Andrea replies that they’ve been searching for him but don’t expect to. Kenny looks through the window again to see Kenny holding onto a Spider Ornament, then sees him run away down the road; he chases after him but loses sight of him before giving up the search altogether.
He asks her what she meant, and she responds that while they were talking with Candace on the phone in Grandview Square, she saw Kenny with a Spider Ornament around his neck. Attempting to reach him through their front window fails before seeing him sitting sadly on some wooden crates nearby in Grandview Square – clearly upset.
As soon as he realized what had happened, he began speaking aloud to himself in an effort to be tough. He explained how hard it had been losing someone close as his turtle died, and his dad promptly dumped it away. Although anger is no longer desirable for him, being upset helps make him feel better.
Early that day, the guys visited an eclectic farm in upstate New York where the daughter of a late collector is selling off his items – such as Honda 450 motorcycle paintings and battery-operated scale models of Uniroyal Giant Tire Ferris wheel and Syd Mead concept car paintings. Later, in Vermont, they stopped by an incredible 1856 home with its own Underground Railroad site as well as all of its treasures owned by another daughter, selling off her mother and father’s collection for auction.
Kenny discusses his relationship with Dale Jr. and believes that had Teresa Earnhardt settled their differences, the dream team may have come back together again, and Junebug would have gone on to become one of the greatest racers ever. Junebug’s ability to drive fast on dry tracks proves his talent; just carrying on his father’s legacy!

Kenny & Dale's Tractor Adventure: What Will They Discover?

Kenny & Dale’s Tractor Adventure: What Will They Discover?

Can Danielle & Cotton Overcome Classic Tractor Fever?

Classic Tractor Fever is a weekly show that takes viewers on an exciting tour of some of the country’s premier antique tractor events and shows. Hosted by Brian Baxter, who possesses an immense passion for farming and classic farm tractors – his grandfather and uncle both worked on farms in Indiana, where Brian has spent time learning first-hand what it’s like working with these machines!
RFD-TV broadcasts this show weekly to over 35 million homes via cable and satellite, helping preserve America’s agricultural history over its 25-year run. Producers are dedicated to making sure future generations recognize, appreciate, and understand our rural past.
Danielle initially found success fighting to break through male-dominated agriculture’s glass ceiling, now devoting her time and efforts towards healing it. Danielle has become an esteemed voice within sustainability circles and has presented at multiple conferences, forums, and events around the globe.
Danielle initially arrives in Walford as an illegal tenant of Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner). She quickly becomes friends with fellow market clothing stall owner Callum Monks (Elliott Jordan), before becoming embroiled in an ongoing feud between Archie Mitchell (Larry Lamb) and his daughter Ronnie Mitchell (Samantha Janus), where it eventually comes out that Ronnie had a one-night stand with Paul resulting in pregnancy she later placed for adoption.
Ronnie initially dismisses Danielle, attributing her misfortunes to Danielle herself. Danielle attempts to leave Albert Square but is convinced by Stacey and her family to remain. Eventually she reveals to Ronnie that Danielle is her child from Paul, leaving Ronnie stunned with shock.
This episode travels to several locations, including Heidrick Ag History Center in Woodland, California; Oscar’s Dreamland in Billings, Montana – once known for possessing one of the world’s finest vintage tractor collections; and Midwest Old Threshers Reunion in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, where an Oliver 70 belongs to its rightful heirs reunited with its beloved collector piece; This shows how family bonds unite around a shared passion for these rare machines.

Can Danielle & Cotton Overcome Classic Tractor Fever?

Can Danielle & Cotton Overcome Classic Tractor Fever?

Junior’s 2D Dream: Can He Make it a Reality?

Two-D is one of the characters from Gorillaz band, and his name refers to Robert Del Naja, lead singer of the trip-hop group Massive Attack, whom Damon Albarn often cites as one of their primary influences. His appearance resembles Earl Monkey from The 16s comic strip created by Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin before Gorillaz released their first album.
2-D was a resident of Plastic Beach and lived alongside Murdoc, Noodle, and Russel until during “Rhinestone Eyes” when Massive Dick ate him and assumed he was dead. While lying there as an abandoned corpse on the beach, he encountered Moon Flower, who invited him to join her Forever Cult group – mostly college-age students who believed 2-D could help save them with his auras and aura-related beliefs. Soon thereafter, Moon Flower treated 2-D well and even got him to wear their colors, which made Murdoc envious.
2-D returned to life on the island and was reunited with his band members during the recording of “Silent Running.” In its music video, 2-D is seen riding a wheel built by the cult to be lowered into the mouth of a monster that devours someone every 25 years; upon crying out in horror at what she had planned, 2-D’s tears cause Noodle to reconsider her actions; thus pushing 2-D off. He attempted to use his fragrance as an attractant, which made them suspicious; finally, he played Pac-Man for nine hours until Noodle unplugged the machine.
2-D is tall with long limbs and fingers, boasting naturally blue eyes with deep azure hair that once was black but now appears deeper blue in hue. He is missing one of his front teeth. 2-D speaks in an American mockney accent that has softened over the years; his singing voice features high falsetto vocals that have also changed since their initial introduction.

Junior's 2D Dream: Can He Make it a Reality?

Junior’s 2D Dream: Can He Make it a Reality?

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