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Keystone Tractor Works
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Reviewed May 16, 2012

We made the trip to Colonial Heights to take my 82 year old father to see the tractors. He could have not ben more thrilled. They had tractors he had never seen or heard of, I truly didn't think there was such a thing! The tractors are in show quality condition and the facility is spotless. The maintenance person was continually roaming cleaning and was very willing to answer any questions. Very enjoyable time.

Thank glrsandldy
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Reviewed May 6, 2012

If your passion is old tractors and trucks with some classic cars and farm implements thrown in for good measure, then this is the place for you. The 65,000 sq foot museum houses a FABULOUS and incredibly complete collection of American farm tractors from the 20th century, all beautifully restored to both running condition and original paint and trim. In addition, there is a very nice collection of equally perfect American early to late 20th century commercial and fire trucks, including national 1st place winning restorations such as an REO Speed Wagon with gorgeous restored chrome. The gift shop sells all things tractor and truck, a great place for gifts for children. And nostalgic ICE COLD glass bottle Nehi's and RC Colas are sold out of an the old-fashioned reach-down ice chest cooler just like the old days. Directly off I-95. Many restaurants of all types nearby.

Thank Terri S
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Reviewed September 19, 2011

If you like old farming equipment and tractors this is a nice place to visit. It is a privat owned museum with a big collection of restored tractors and a few trucks, bikes and cars. About 160 tractors in good shape. Each tractor has a note with a short story about years of built, quantity and prices and so on. Museum is very clean and bright so you can see everything very good. Also tractors are nice displayed with other old stuff like tools. You need to pay to get in. Free parking. Also small shop where you can buy toys and collectibles. If you want to read all notes, you spend at least 3 hours there.

Thank Sebastiaan74
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