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Two-Cylinder (ISSN 0899-2258) is
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Two-Cylinder Club®, and is available to anyone interested in the preservation of John Deere Tractors and related products.
The Two-Cylinder Club was chartered in Iowa in 1985 as a nonprofit service, educational, and recreational organization; and extends an invitation of membership to individuals
interested in the preservation of John Deere Tractors and Implements and their important role in our agricultural heritage.
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Volume 29 • Number 3
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The cover of this issue is also the cover of 30-page sales literature A-1357-62-7-Dub. ( July 1962); original size, 7-7/8 x 9 inches. The tractor pictured is a 2010 Row-Crop with the most popular dual front wheels in tricycle fashion.
Unlike the 1010, whose Row-Crop version was introduced last, the 2010 Row-Crop was available right from the start; and instead of it being quite scarce, it was the most common 2010 — followed closely by the other 2010 featured in the literature, the Row-Crop Utility.
Despite their reasonable overall popularity, relatively few 2010 Tractors have been restored to an Expo-Quality level. It has been from 52 to 57 years since the 2010 was in production. Finding reasonably restorable units now may present a challenge in itself. Any 2010 in wellpreserved, repaired, or fully restored condition can make a fine addition to a vintage John Deere collection. For persons desiring a scarce version, consider an LP-Gas tractor. Beyond that, the Agricultural Crawler will probably become one of the most sought after of all New Generation Tractors.
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