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Oliver Heritage Issue #10 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #10 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #10 Nov/Dec 2005 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • Cletrac Facts: Cletrac Faces the Great Depression and wins 1930 to 10940. While the Great Depression spelled the demise of many weaker companies, the Cleveland Tractor Company faced slowdowns, but remained in stable condition.
  • The Oliver Fiat Series: Oliver needed to add a new utility tractor to the line and their decision was to find a company that could supply one for them. Read more about the 1250, 1450, 1255, 1355, 1365, 1465, 2-50, 2-60, and others. 
  • Wagons Ho! While Oliver sold wagons through their dealerships throughout the 20th Century, they did not build them. They used several different jobbers, such as Birdsell, Peru, Winona, and the most popular, Electric.
  • Think Big, Plow Big: On October 14, 1911, three 30-60 Rumely Oil-Pull tractors set a record by pulling a 50-bottom Oliver plow across a Lafayette, IN, field. 
  • Feature Dealer: Haynes & Azdell - Alexis, IL. 
  • Super Series: Red Wheels or Green Wheels? If you're a die-hard Oliver enthusiast, you probably already know the answer to this question. But if not, this article may shed light on the topic for you. 
  • The Greatest Show on Earthmoving: the 2005 Historical Construction Equipment Association show. 
  • Curator's Corner with Todd Stockwell: Research strategies and identifying a few potential archival sources for agricultural mechanization. 
  • Sam's Tales: A continution of an interview with Sam White, Jr.
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
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