The Western Antique Iron Trader is a monthly publication for people interested in antique tractors,
stationary engines, and related equipment.
Affectionately known as the "Blue book" by many of our subscribers, W.A.I.T. was started in 1997 and continues to grow.
If you live in the western United States or western Canada, we strongly recommend our publication.
We do not know of any other monthly publication featuring as many ads and shows from the western states.
What is W.A.I.T.?
Is it a magazine or a newsletter?
How big is it?
W.A.I.T. is a 28 page booklet approximately 5-1/8th" by 8-1/2" in size.
The content of each issue is primarily classified ads.
Starting with the November 2009 issue we increased the number of pages from 24 to 28 and have been including short articles in some issues .
Coming events in the western states are also listed, and event flyers are included if space permits.
There are occasional photos other than the cover photo and photos included with the ads.
Bottom line is if you want glossy photos or articles, subscribe to a magazine.
If you buy or sell antique iron in the western states, subscribe to W.A.I.T.!