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Oliver Heritage Issue #14 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #14 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #14 Aug/Sept 2006 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • Hydraulic Front-Wheel-Assist: In 1965, Oliver introduced this new 4-wheel-drive system. This Levy-built unit was first offered on the 1650 and 1850 models. Later, it was offered on the 1750, 1950, and 1950-T. Oliver already offered a 4-wheel-drive unit, but it was a mechanical type. So, what advantage was there to the hydraulic type?
  • The Wm. J. Oliver Chilled Plow: It's All in the Family. The Oliver Chilled Plow was built in South Bend, Indiana. True or false? How about BOTH. Yes, the Oliver Chilled Plow was made famous by James Oliver and his South Bend factory, but there was another "Oliver" building plows in Knoxville, TN.
  • Cletrac Facts: The Crawler Line 1950 to 1965, part 2. Including Models OC-9, OC-96, OC-12, OC-126, OC-15, OC-156, OC-18, and others. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • Feature Dealer: Charles C. Whitaker - Oskaloosa, IA.
  • Grandpa's Old Tractor, by Gary Spevacek.
  • The American Farm Heritage Museum receives a sizable grant from the Monsanto Corporation. 
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