What is your charge for tours??
Beautiful, would love to spend a few hours looking at all your stuff. Reminds me of the time I spent at our local Case dealership when Dad was getting parts or just visiting. Our dealer always had models, signs and such around his parts counter/show room.
When Stihl power tools began to get popular a while back I remembered that his dealership was tyhe first place I had seen that name. He handled Stihl saws. Not a chain saw, it actually was about the size of a conventional chain saw but had a reciprocating blade. I keep looking for one on eBay but have never seen one like I first saw in the late 50s/early 60s.
Sorry for the ramble. Again, beautiful collection!!