I can't draw that for at least another 5 years.good on you, must part of your EA pension perhaps??
I struggle to see the point of tractor runs. 25 R series John Deeres with twin beacons in convoy is just an average afternoon on the A17.
If you have have a mix of old and new then the slowest always leads, so Great Uncle Nick on his Marshall M pop-pops away flat out at 7 mph, followed by Dave's DB 995 that is putting out more and more blue smoke from the breather because it needs rev above 1500 rpm, but he can't put it into 4th because the whine from the final drive would constitute an environmental health contravention in a public area. Next up is Joe on his Kubota lawnmower, which is has everything a much bigger tractor has, don't you know, it's just smaller, much smaller. But if he hangs any further back to avoid the DB's oil smoke he will be getting dangerously close to the giant 800R32 front tyres of the Fendt following and he knows from an earlier near miss that the driver has put it in cruise mode so he can concentrate his attention between the movie on his ipad and the scantily dressed horsey girl in the passenger seat.
My neigbour organised one a couple of years back on private farm tracks that probably would have been fun.
as said previously ,most road runs barely use main roads most go over farm/woodland tracks thanks to the good will of farmers/landowners ,whom have possibly been touched by illness ( cancer ,heart disease etc) and are only to pleased to help such causes and if it makes some vintage / classic owners day, all well and good, as to emissions ,nothing compared to Messrs Hamilton and co, i don't get coarse fishing, football matches, metal detecting, but hey ho each to their own ,they all create emissions, please live and let live !!