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Field Days feature the old, new and the reconstructed

Lee Anderson of Frazee starts a 1908 reconstructed car at Field Days Saturday. He says the car has been a "lifelong project" for 30 years and it just began running two years ago. (Riham Feshir / Enterprise)1 / 3
Avery McFarren rides a small tractor at the Antique Tractor and Engine Club Field Days Saturday. He points at the big ones out on the field and wonders if he can drive one of those instead. (Riham Feshir / Enterprise)2 / 3
Dale Kind of Osage checks out one of many John Deere tractors that filled the field this weekend. (Riham Feshir / Enterprise)3 / 3

Lee Anderson of Frazee starts a 1908 reconstructed car at Field Days Saturday. He says the car has been a "lifelong project" for 30 years and it just began running two years ago. "People get a kick out of it," he says. Anderson used parts from the early 1900s to put the car together. "It's a forgotten style of transportation designed for rural use," according to Anderson. Field Days visitors did say they appreciated him bringing it out to the annual event. (Riham Feshir / Enterprise)

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