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Oliver Heritage Issue #48 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #48 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #48 Apr/May 20212 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Cletrac 30 - A Faster, Better, and More Profitable Cletrac. The Cletrac 30B was the last one to join its big brothers, the 40 and 100, in 1929. The 30B was the replacement for the 30 A that had been produced since 1926. Feature tractor owne: Landis Zimmerman - Ephrata, PA.
  • Oliver Rotary Mower: Chopping at the Competition. During the 1960s, every farm equipment manufacturer was pushing to hold their share of the market. Deere was quickly gaining ground following the introduction of the New Generation tractors, while Oliver was not. Part of their reaction was to offer a full-line of equipment to the farmer, even if some of it wasn't Oliver built. Such was the case with the Oliver rotary mowers. Includes information on the 960 Pull-Type and 960 3-Point Hitch.
  • White Motor Corp: Pieces of a Puzzle. As the new tractor line kept the wheels turning at White, other interesting things were taking place in the farm equipment industry that would impact the Ardent Silver tractor brand in the next decade. Includes 5700 Seed Boss, New Idea Uni, 561 Baler, Solid Plus Spreader, 9720 Combine, and others. 
  • The XO-121 Story. Oliver was always on the move with engine development. Concerned about where things were going with development and fuel types, Oliver teamed up with the Ethyl Corporation on an experiment. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • Tragic Fire Sweeps Through Cockshutt Building: The heritage Cockshutt Farm Equipment office, warehouse, and timekeeper's building appears headed for a sad, ashen end aftr towering for more than a century over a bustling farm machinery enterprise. 
  • Collector's Corner: The Oliver Shield, Volume XVII, the final chapter.
  • Another Oliver User: John Lee of Bluffdale, UT, by Terry Bagley.
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