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Oliver Heritage Issue #63 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #63 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #63 Oct/Nov 2014 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Oliver 7800 Combine - A Capacity Giant. Fifteen years after the Model 40 was introduced, a machine was being built that had nearly tripled horsepower, tank capacity, and had all the features of a modern machine. With 7800 square inches of separation area, this machine was the capacity giant. Feature combine owner: Ziegler Farms - Urbana, IL. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • The Oliver 70 Engine: HC/KD & 3-Gear/5-Gear. The Oliver 70 was the largest produced model in the Oliver lineup. There were many changes made throughout its 13-year production run, both cosmetic and internal. One of the biggest changes aside from styling was the switch from the 5-gear engine to the 3-gear. 
  • Another Oliver User: Strobel's 1948 Oliver HG-31.
  • Our Oliver 60: Turning 70 Years Old This Year! This particular Oliver 60 has only been owned by one family for all seven decades. A story by Gary R. Stieve. 
  • Oliver 100 Series Plow: The Plow Master. The most popular plow in the walking plow line was most likely the Oliver No. 40. But, when it came to the tractor-drawn plows, the master of the lineup was rightfully named the PLOWMASTER.
  • Cletrac Facts: CLetrac CG and CGH -  A Cletrac Without a Future. While the Model CG was a direct continuation of the Model 35, you will soon see that this tractor really didn't have a future. 
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