Second Annual State Two-Cylinder Show

By Staff
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Oklahoma 2-Cylinder show in Fairview.

H.C.R. 60, Box 8, Fairview, Oklahoma 73737

The Oklahoma Red Carpet and Green and Yellow Two-Cylinder Club
chapters sponsored the second annual State Two-Cylinder Tractor
Show at the Major County Historical Society grounds at
Fairview.

This show attracted 90 exhibits and hundreds of spectators.
Exhibitors and visitors enjoyed nicely restored antique John Deere
tractors in static displays as well as plenty of action that
included parades, threshing, baling, plowing, tractor balance beam,
and slow races.

Club members also displayed John Deere toys, literature and
other collectable items. Persons looking for a tractor project or a
hard-to-find part rushed to the Swap Meet with high hopes of
finding good deals.

On Friday evening, club members joined for a charter banquet.
The Red Carpet and Green and Yellow Chapters received Chapter
Charters from Two-Cylinder Club state coordinator, Alvie
Grossman.

On Saturday morning 30 loud and obnoxious two-cylinder tractors
roared down Main Street as part of the Wranglers Rodeo Parade.

Two-Cylinder Club members are preparing for a six state Regional
Tractor Show to be held at the Major County Historical Society
grounds in July of 1993. This show will be a big part of the
Cherokee Strip Foundation’s Centennial Celebration.

In the near future both clubs will meet to start plans for the
1993 Regional Show. Please send any ideas, questions, complaints,
or suggestions for the show to Mark Burrell.

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