Florida Flywheelers & Antique Engine Club

The Florida Fly Wheelers Antique Engine Club is a non-profit organization, founded in 1972, to promote interest in restoring, preserving and exhibiting antique internal combustion engines, steam engines, antique tractors and autos and other labor saving devices from the by-gone years. Fly Wheeler Park has now grown to almost 240 acres and includes a tractor pull track, club and member buildings which house displays, collections and many large engines, and a membership which is over 1,500. The Florida Fly Wheelers are able to educate its members and the general public of the historical, technical, and social contributions and impact of these items of the past. Their main goal is to preserve a part of our heritage for all generations and historians to enjoy.

© Roger T. Sobkowiak
"Saw the show on my with my brother in law from the Netherlands. Allot of good shots of details and small things....too much background clutter to get good shots of the equipment, cars, trucks and collectibles." -Roger T. Sobkowiak

© Anne Malsbary
"I met some very interesting people, which was fun and throughly enjoyed the parades and old village." -Anne Malsbary

© Nancy True
"This was the most input full shoot I have been on. I would like to spend another day or two on this site shooting.If you missed this one you should consider attending next year. Loved it." -Nancy True

© Carolyn Shafer
"It was a very interesting place, with thousands of people. Excellent photo opportunities for machinery, flea market displays, and people." -Carolyn Shafer

© Janice Reynolds
"Overwhelming amount of things to shoot. I could have spent a few days there!" -Janice Reynolds

© J. Scott Kelly
"Was a fun day...sensory OVERLOAD! A lot of things to shoot and a challenge to find "THE RIGHT SHOT" I think I would do this venue again possibly with different eyes!" -J. Scott Kelly