Parked on the front lawn of Dan Mustoe’s Burbank home are three large antique tractors, which the collector said is a rare piece of history he enjoys sharing with his neighbors.
The tractors were never intended to be on his lawn permanently, but they were so popular among neighbors and passersby that, for the last year or so, he has left them on display.
“It brings smiles and doesn’t cost any money — everything’s got a price tag on it these days,” Mustoe said.
Over the holidays, he hung Christmas lights over them, and day to day, kids walking home from school hopped on to snap photographs.
“Ninety percent of the kids at Jordan Junior High School have pictures of my tractors on their cellphones,” he said with a laugh.
Mustoe drives the tractors up and down his street about once a month and hopes eventually to drive them in Burbank on Parade.