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Oliver Heritage Issue #68

Oliver Heritage Issue #68

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Oliver Heritage Issue #68 Aug/Sept 2015

  • FEATURING: Hart-Parr 30-60 - Old Reliable. Hart-Parr created a model in early production that lasted many years, gaining the nickname, "Old Reliable."  Today, that nickname is more well known than its rated horsepower of 30-60. Feature tractor owner: George Schaaf - Frankfort, IL.
  • Cletrac Facts: The Oliver OC-12 Crawler Tractor - 60 Years of Service. Oliver began to introduce their OC line of crawler tractors in 1951 with the OC-3. The designation OC stood for Oliver Crawler. The Cletrac name had been discontinued in 1950.
  • Olivers in Brazil. On August 15, 1957, the rain cap bounced on top of the muffler of an Oliver Super 77 diesel in Charles City, Iowa. In the days and weeks to folllow, the Super 77 would sit in the finished tractor lot behind the plant. On December 23, 1957. the tractor was shipped from Iowa to Jersey City, New Jersey, for export - destination: Brazil, South America.
  • Oliver's 35-hp Overboard: The Bulldog of Boat Motors. While the line did not experience longevity, it did create a unique collectible for the Oliver enthusiast. 
  • Lake Henry Implement, Inc: Ray Loxtercamp was 21 years old when he bought Lake Henry Garage and Implement in Stearns County, Minnesota, back in the early-1950s. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
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