2021 Winter Meeting

Looking Forward To The Winter Meeting In Liberty, KY    


May  7-9, 2021 Hosted by: Sycamore Flats Fly Wheelers at Central Kentucky AG/EXPO, 678 S. Wallace Wilkerson Blvd., Liberty KY 42539

From equine shows to motorsports or product expositions, you’ll find that the Central Kentucky AG/EXPO is an ideal setting for events of any size. The serene beauty of Casey County with its rolling hills, tranquil streams, and hardwood forests becomes a memorable backdrop that sets this facility apart from all others.

Just south of Liberty, Kentucky on a 160-acre site, this state-of-the-art complex is designed for the enjoyment of both spectators and participants. Multiple venues and amenities in close proximity combine to offer a unique and highly versatile facility

Sycamore Flats Fly Wheelers is an Antique Historical Machinery Club based in South Central Kentucky

Our mission is to preserve our ancestral heritage for future generations through operation and demonstration of antique machinery and equipment and to ensure the safe operation of equipment.

Our purpose is to educate regarding safe handling practices and preserving antique farm machinery and equipment.

Our meetings are held on the last Monday night of the month at 6:00 pm CT at the 80 Auto Auction on Hwy 127, 5 miles north of Russell Springs unless we have planned a cookout or need to meet at a show site.

Anyone who owns or has an interest in historical machinery including but not limited to, antique tractors, farm equipment and engines is welcome to join us. 

From our president of the B. F. Avery Collectors & Associates, Gary Duff

We will be hosted by the Sycamore Flatts Fly Wheelers. This is an indoor tractor show and they are featuring BF Avery. We need people to bring tractors to this show. They have two tours on Friday. You don’t have to sign up just show up. They are planning on having the show.  If something happens and we can’t have it inside, they are planning on moving it to an outdoor place. They will let us know as we get closer. Sounds like a great show so let’s show up in force.

About Eph Herriott

I grew up on a South Branch of the Potomac River valley farm in West Virginia. I have been fortunate to have restored several of the tractors I spent many hours driving on the farm, namely, two Generals, one bought new by my father in 1940 and the second he bought used in the early 1950's, and a 1951 Farmall Super C he bought new. All are retired as am I. Antique tractors are one of my passions.