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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Help ID a Oliver

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05-01-2012 16:37:05

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I concur, HG. If it's on mcScrew's lot, It could be anything, though! Next time you're there, get a picture of Greg's head. You'll need a wide angle lens, and a gigabyte of memory!

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05-01-2012 18:04:57

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 Re: Help ID a Oliver in reply to DiyDave, 05-01-2012 16:37:05  
what you mean? haha

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05-01-2012 18:21:28

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 Re: Help ID a Oliver in reply to tmiller, 05-01-2012 18:04:57  
HE'S Awfully proud of anything on that lot, that he owns. If he owns it, he will spend 10 minutes of auCtion time tRyin to sell it. If it ain't his, 3 bids and its gOne, Or the chicKens and squirrels start bidding, and it goes back to the owner! Sometimes you have to capitalize on my posts, to find the truth!

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05-01-2012 19:24:44

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 Re: Help ID a Oliver in reply to DiyDave, 05-01-2012 18:21:28  
yea, hes something else, we (my dad and i) have some experence with the company, their really something else, cant believe their still around after all the junk they run through there. They were cleaning up the place at one time and had a bunch of stuff on ebay sent me two invoices for all the stuff i bought, the first was way too high (by like $75 when the total was supposted to be $50) and way too low on the other ($24 when i owed close to $100) i told them about the one too high they fixed it and i paid, about 4 mounths later they emailed me saying i must not have paid, i scaned the invoices with the paid stamp on them and they let it go, They are really a crew over there.

With this crawler im assuming its stuck, and something is majorly wrong with it, cause when your dealing with them, its most likely right, i praubly wont go over $250 on this? making my total in it around $450 you think that would be a good deal if i could get it for that?

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05-02-2012 04:59:20

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 Re: Help ID a Oliver in reply to tmiller, 05-01-2012 19:24:44  
What does it way? They'll likely buy it back if it doesn't bring scrap price/cwt X weight in cwt.

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