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Oliver Heritage Issue #72 - Digital Copy

Oliver Heritage Issue #72 - Digital Copy

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Oliver Heritage Issue #72 Apr/May - Digital Copy

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  • FEATURING: The New Hart-Parr - More Than Just an Adjective. Very few of the gray New Hart-Parr tractors have survived. The tractor used in this article was built on March 15, 1918. As of this time, there are seven restored tractors known to exist, with this one being the most complete. Feature tractor owner: Dave Preuhs - Le Center, MN.
  • Cletrac Facts: Cleveland Model H, Cletrac Model H: The Cletrac Trademark is Born. The Cleveland Tractor Company was enjoying fairly good sales with their first  model, the Cleveland Model R. However, it was becoming very apparent this small tractor would benefit from a number of improvements. 
  • Ask the Oliver Mechanic: Question and answer with Larry Harsin.
  • Oliver Rotary Tillers: Fact or Fiction. When a company is challenged to keep their market share, they'll try anything to keep up. By the late-1960s, JD and IH were taking over as leaders of the ag market. Oliver was in the process of merging Oliver and Moline and wanted a full-line of products to offer their dealer network. The Oliver rotary tiller was one of the voids that needed filled. 
  • Go With Your Dreams: Leander Wetter grew up on his family's farm near Buffalo, MN.
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