Re: Narrow B in reply to Dick L, 10-01-2012 10:00:40
What year is the Oliver 77 almost strange to see full sheet metal on one any more. I have a 1950 Oliver 77 with full sheet metal but it took me years to find a set of it for what I was willing to spend
That be a 1951. I have the side panels for all of my fleatline Olivers except one. They were leaning just inside of one of my shed doors at the farm and then they were not. I almost thought I had bought a set for my 70 but they turned from aluminum to gold at the last few seconds on ebay .
Re: Narrow B in reply to Dick L, 10-01-2012 10:29:17
I was always told that if you have the side panels you needed to keep them under lock and key or some one else would have them. If that happens where I live the guy would have to have a lot of balls since my drive way is a mile long and I collect fire arms
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