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|Dave Stoner||The Executive Director of the 2004 Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance is inviting interested participants to display their restored antique/vintage farm tractors at this prestigious automobile event. Participants will display their tractor(s) at the Concours venue located on the Stanford University campus, Palo Alto, California, Sunday, June 27, 2004. The tractor display field will be shaded and can accommodate both steel cleated and rubber tire tractors. If you are seriously interested please contact me at: DD1990@aol.com.