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Oliver Heritage Issue #58 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #58 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #58 Dec/Jan 2014 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Oliver 1850 - A 4-Digit Top Seller. The Oliver 1850 was one of those introduced with the 50 series that didn't look very different, but obviously performed very differently. The success of these updates launched the 1850 to the top of the list in production numbers for the models built by Oliver in the 1960s era. Feature tractor owner: Jerry Longman - Tiskilwa, IL.
  • XO-8888: One of a Kind. What happens when you combine the son of an Oliver dealer, a salvage yard full of parts, and an imagination? You get a one-of-a-kind machine that has everyone scratching their head.
  • Cletrac Facts: Cletrac 40-30 and 35, and also covering Cletrac 35 and 40 Diesels. The Model 40-30 was the second in line of the new tapered hood series to be introduced following the Model 80-60 that had been proving itself for the last 12 months.  
  • Our Airport 25, by Tom Rowe-Drake. Airport 25 tractors were used at airports operated by numerous major airlines, including Delta and American. 
  • White Motor Corp: AGCO, White, and Massey-Ferguson, which became the answer to AGCO's next big step in expanding worldwide, and to be able to finance farm equipment sales. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
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