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Oliver Heritage Issue #61- Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #61- Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #61 June/July 2014 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Oliver 1655 - the 1600 All Grown Up. The 1600 evolved into the 1650 for the "new for 1965" series when introduced in late-1964. Not only was the horsepower increased, but the models took on several style changes. Feature tractor owner: Mark Smith - Byhalia, OH.
  • Oliver Superior No. 26 Drill: A Drill Ahead of the Times. The No. 26 became one of the more popular models in the Oliver line. Superior was more than just a description or a name; it was a large capacity drill that was accurate, even, had a heavy frame, long-life bearings on the axles, and many other exclusive Oliver features. 
  • Cletrac Facts: Allied Equipment for the Oliver-Cletrac B Series - Tailored to Fit and Produce. Since this tractor had such a wide acceptance, many different pieces of allied equipment were built to fit it. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • White Motor Corp: AGCO White 6800 Central Fill Planter. In 1995, AGCO White introduced the first all-new White seeding tool since the 1980s. This new tool was the 6800; a revolutionary design because it was a labor saver with its design and function.
  • Lee Bush: Award Winning Toy Collector from Middletown, New York. 
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