About Us

 Michigan Flywheelers Museum

The Michigan Flywheelers Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to the restoration and preservation of antique gas and steam engines and tractors. This group of volunteers holds one of the largest annual “Antique Engine and Tractor Shows” in the state of Michigan every September.

The museum is located near South Haven, 2.3 miles east of the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. Nestled in the middle of the fruit belt, the museum owns 80 acres of land that is in the process of being developed. 

From South Haven, take Phoenix Rd (CR 388)/ exit 20 (I-196) east to 68th street. Turn south (right) at Fideland Funpark on to 68th. Driveway is located on east side (left) about 1/2 mile.

06285 68th Street,
South Haven, MI 49090
(Note that this is NOT our mailing address)

Contact Info

Patrick S. Ingalls, President
(mailing address)
64958 M-43 Hwy.
Bangor, MI 49013
Phone: 269-639-2010

About MFM 2015

About_usAbout MFM 2015 PDF

Mission Statement

"Preserving, protecting and promoting the history of farming equipment by the preservation of antique flywheel engines and tractors."