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Oliver Heritage Issue #95 - Digital Issue

Oliver Heritage Issue #95 - Digital Issue

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Oliver Heritage Issue #95 Feb/Mar 2020 - Digital Issue

 Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Oliver 770 Hi-Clearance - A Tall Order for Oliver. Introduced in early-1958 as the replacement for the Super 77, the 770 took on a new style and color from the previous decade. In February of 1959, Oliver announced they were adding the 770 extra-high clearance model to the lineup. Feature tractor owner: Kallen Schwartz - Mazomanie, WI.
  • The Pearl Harbor and Oliver/Cletrac Connection. You never know where an Oliver is going to show up, but my recent trip to the Pacific was a real shocker. 
  • Cletrac Facts: Cletrac Crawler Tractors Increase Farm Production, Part 2. Not all crawlers are dozers. Introducing Cletrac's farm crawler, the Model E. Also included are Cletrac A Series through FDE.
  • Christmas at the Copshaholm Mansion. In 1894, Joseph Oliver, then Director of the Oliver Chilled Plow Works, set out to build a house for his wife and four children. Built on 2.5 acres, the home would consist of 38 rooms with an approximate footprint of 76' x 100'. The Oliver family enjoyed this spectacular home until the last grandchild died in 1972. Today, that home is open for tours on a daily basis.
  • Oliver 7300 Project: Eli Raines' combine restoration. 
  • Another Oliver User: Chris Wagner - Foley, MN.
  • Richard Jacobs Farm - Loretto, MN. 
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