Two-Cylinder Club To Hold Expo At Waterloo

You are invited to view hundreds of antique and restored John Deere tractors that will be on display June 23-25 at Waterloo, Iowa.

Published on: Jun 18, 2011

Antique tractor enthusiasts of all ages will gather soon for the "Two-Cylinder Expo XXI" to be held on the National Cattle Congress grounds June 23-25, 2011 at Waterloo, Iowa.

"This is an enjoyable event for persons of all ages—whether you are from a farm or not," says Lonnie Elmore, director of group sales for the Waterloo Convention and Visitors Bureau. "There will be hundreds of beautifully restored John Deere Tractors on display, and helpful owners more than willing to tell visitors about them. These magnificent machines are part of the history of Iowa."

Although most of the tractors were built in Waterloo, it's not unusual to hear people look at the wide variety of vintage tractors and equipment on display and say, "I had no idea John Deere made anything like that."

In addition to displays, there will be informational presentations

In addition to the classic tractors and related farm machinery exhibits, there will be presentations of interesting information about the vintage tractors on Thursday and Friday, and an exciting tractor auction on Saturday. Hours for the 2011 Expo are Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Admission is adults $5.00 per day; children under 12 years old are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Parking is free. Also, John Deere employees and retirees from any facility are admitted free when presenting their employee pass or some positive form of retiree identification.

Marking the 50th anniversary of the end of the Two-Cylinder Era

The Two-Cylinder Club is a worldwide organization of John Deere vintage product enthusiasts, known for its award winning Two-Cylinder Magazine, and for its annual Expos featuring the finest restorations of these classic machines.

This year not only marks the organization's 21st Expo, it is also the 50th Anniversaries of the End of Two-Cylinder Tractor production in the U.S.A. and the first model year for the Multi-Cylinder New Generation Tractors.  For more information visit the websites www.Two-Cylinder.com and www.TravelWaterloo.com.