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Oliver Heritage Issue #07 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #07 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #07 May/June 2005 - Digital Copy

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  • FEATURING: The Town and Country Series. During the 1960s, "top sales" was the name of the game. Tractor manufacturers realized that if they could sell a customer a tractor, they could most likely sell him a lawn mower, too.
  • Cletrac Facts: The OC-12, Making a Favorable Impression for 50 Years. The first OC-12 crawlers actually rolled off the assembly line at the Oliver Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio, in late-1954.
  • Oliver & Sechler: Most people have never heard of Sechler, but what follows is a story about a very successful company that built several different products for Oliver and eventfually sold part of the line to American Seeding Machine Company, which later came back to the hands of Oliver.
  • 150 Years of Oliver: It was 150 years ago that a young Scottish immigrant bought interest in a foundry that would become the foundation for one of the major farm equipment industries of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century. 
  • Feature Dealer: J.A. Martin & Son - Blackfalds, Alberta, Canada. The year was 1919 and Alberta had only been a providence for 14 years.
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • Senior Pictures: A Family Tradition, by Lisa Bates. Let's keep the family heritage going.
  • Oliver Memories by Preston Byers - Chambersburg, PA. 
  • Curator's Corner: Newsworthy Events, by Todd Stockwell, Curator or Agriculture, Industry, and Technology at the Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis.
  • Collector's Corner: Six for a Quarter.
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