A big day for small engines at CAMA show

Bob Foster showed off a small engine he’d brought to the July 27 Connecticut Antique Machinery Association show. Photo by Lans Christensen

 KENT — The big shows of the year for the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association (CAMA) are the annual “power up” that begins the season and the “power down” or Fall Festival (this year it will be from Sept. 27 to 29).

But for the past six years, the association has also held an antique engine show. This year’s was held at the CAMA grounds near Route 7 in Kent on Saturday, July 27. 

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