New York State Two Cylinder Expo Association Officers & Directors

John Jensen, Chairman
Kevin Morris, Vice-Chairman
Cheryl Jensen, Secretary/Treasurer
Clem Demmin, Historian
Royce Herrala, Sergeant-At-Arms

Paul Tennant, Director – Central New York
Peter Toombs, Director – Central New York

Bruce Morris, Director – Finger Lakes
James Loree, Director – Finger Lakes

James Stratton, Director - Southern Tier
Joe Schwartz, Director - Southern Tier

Alan Hain, Director – Western New York
Peter Morris, Director – Western New York


To give John Deere collectors in the eastern half of the United States the opportunity to get together and show off the results of their hard work, dedication, and love for the  old two cylinder tractors, the clubs formed a parent organization and thus created the Expo Association.  Our sole purpose is to give John Deere enthusiasts from across the country and Canada the opportunity to get together, swap ideas and stories, and maybe pick up a much needed part that they’ve been searching for. Since our beginning in 1993, we have become the world’s largest antique John Deere tractor show.  We have attracted some of the best and rarest tractors from all over the country, not to mention many well-known parts dealers.

We host a show every two years in Canandaigua, New York on the grounds of the New York Steam Engine Association.  Prior Expo feature tractors were:

Expo I – July 1993 – Model ‘A’
Expo II – July 1995 – Model ‘D’
Expo III – July 1997 – Model ‘730’
Expo IV – July 1999 – Model ‘B’
Expo V – July 2001 – Model ‘L’
Expo VI – July 2003 – Model ‘R’
Expo VII – July 2005 – Model ‘AOS’
Expo VIII – July 2007 – Model ‘H’
Expo IX – July 2009 – Model ‘60”
Expo X - July 2011 - Model '420'
Expo XI - July 2013 - Model 'G'
Expo XII - July 2015 - Model '430'

If you have attended any of our shows and have comments, or if you’re looking for information on Expo XIII, you can contact us by e-mail at nyexpo@frontiernet.net 

Established in 1993, the New York State Two Cylinder Expo Association is comprised of four Two Cylinder Clubs scattered across the western half of New York State, extending from Buffalo east, across the Rochester and Finger Lakes area to Syracuse, and south of the Pennsylvania border.
New York State Two Cylinder Expo