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Oliver Heritage Issue #101 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #101 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #101 Feb/Mar 2021 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Oliver Cletrac HG-68 - No Wheels, No Problem. While the HG wasn’t the largest or most powerful crawler in the Oliver-Cletrac lineup, it most certainly was built in higher production numbers and offered in more variations than any of their other crawler.  With a production run that lasted from 1939 until 1951, nearly 30,000 units were built in the Cleveland, OH plant. Feature crawler owner: Andy Wehr - Saint Anthony, IN.
  • White Moments: 1975 - The Year of the Boss. When White Motors entered the picture in 1960, they continued to let Oliver operate as its own company under the Meadow Green colors. A decade later, the water was starting to get a little murky. Soon White was trying to blend all of their colors and create an all-new brand. That new color would be Argent Silver.
  • Don Pederson's Oliver Time Capsule.  The history of the Oliver Corporation has ventured down many a road during its years in existence.
  • Arlyn Anderson: A Life of Oliver.  Occasionally I'm told I spend to much time thinking about and talking tractors. My response is this, “It's not the tractors that are special to me, rather it is the memories made while using the tractors that I treasure.” The tractor that has many of our family memories wrapped around it is the first new tractor my dad, Arlyn, bought, his 1963 Oliver 1800.
  • Another Oliver User: Jim Crouch Tractor Restorations. “We used to raise hay on this land. Our first tractor was an Oliver 88 that pulled the mower-conditioner and thrower-baler, then we upgraded to an Oliver 1650 as the big tractor. I had to go with Olivers because that is what Maureen’s Dad farmed with and I wanted to get in good with him."
  • Cletrac Facts: Road Building With Cletracs, Part 1. The development of the highway system brought with it the need for construction machines. By 1930, The Cleveland Tractor Company was offering a well-rounded line of crawler tractors from 12-drawbar horsepower to 100-drawbar horsepower.
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